To celebrate Summer Solstice we will be hosting a walking workshop in Primrose Hill on Monday 20th June with Giles Hutchins’ friend and advisor to 6Heads and author of brilliant books – the latest is Future Fit.
We will meet at 6.30 pm on Monday 20th June at Chalk Farm station and walk together to the top of Primrose Hill for exploration and group discussion lead by Giles.
Please come wearing comfortable clothes you are happy to sit on the grass in along with a snack for the journey.
This is the first of a series of 6Heads book club evenings. Please email Louisa at email@example.com if you would like to host one or recommend a book.
You can order your copy of Future Fit here if you would like to read ahead of the 20th
Giles Hutchins is a much admired friend of 6heads. He shows courageous leadership in setting out challenging and pioneering ideas about a world that is in balance with itself and nature.Giles explores the root causes of our current economic, political and environmental crises, and puts forward ways to rectify these causes, at source. Giles’ brand new book Future Fit is a response to the complex world we now live in and a practical handbook to the solutions we might co-create.
He is a recognised thought leader, speaker and adviser, applying twenty years of experience to his work at personal and organisational levels. Recently, Global Sustainability Director for Atos, and previously a management consultant with KPMG, he has helped transform a wide range of organisations (corporate, third sector, public sector and start-up). He co-founded BCI: Biomimicry for Creative Innovation
The 20th century ‘organisation-as-machine’ metaphor is giving way to the 21st century ‘organisation-as-living-systems’ metaphor.
The implications are huge. Those that fail to embrace this shift in logic will be yesterday’s news.
Future Fit is a practical workbook for those of us involved in the future of business.
This timely book is packed full of tips, techniques, insights, approaches, case studies and examples to help leaders, managers, change agents and entrepreneurs transform their organizations into firms of the future.
‘Essential and timely’ Dr. Scilla Elworthy, Author and Founder of the Oxford Research Group
‘A must-read’ Bob Willard, Author and Speaker, Sustainability Advantage
‘Inspiring, uplifting, superb’ Euan Smith, former COO, Sky Deutschland
‘Unique and insightful’ Oliver Greenfield, Convenor, Green Economy Coalition
‘A treasure-trove’ Professor Peter Hawkins, Henley Business School
‘I cannot recommend this powerful work highly enough’ Dr Lynne Sedgmore CBE, CEO of Centre for Excellence in Leadership
‘Brilliant’ Norman Wolfe, CEO Quantum Leaders