- how we can transcend polarisation
- practical steps business leaders can take to steer their organisations towards greater flow
- Generative listening as a way to induce change
- How the imaginal cells of a caterpillar illustrate how change in our culture can occur
- The power of being in nature
- Accessing the implicate order, from which can can sense, intuit and feel
Last night the clocks went back, our evenings are darker and as we creep into November it is decidedly colder. It is so easy to have an unrealistic expectation to operate at the same frequency all year round, yet we are natural beings who are not seperate from the seasons. As a first step I’m learning to see this as a time to harvest all the high energy exerted over the summer and getting ready for transitioning into winter, a time to reflect and restore.
This November also marks 6 years of 6Heads, giving us an opportunity to reflect and harvest ideas together and we will be celebrating by bringing together 150 of our community to explore the theme – Unlock the impossible: How can you mainstream change through collaboration and community. Giles will be with us on the night and signing copies of his books
We would love you to join us – book your ticket here, places are filling up
Works by Giles Hutchins:
Future Fit a practical business book for those of us involved in the future of business, from entrepreneur to senior executive.
The Nature of Business which won an award in North America and has received much praise both sides of the Atlantic.
The Illusion of Separation , which received wide ranging praise from world leading philosophers, academics, business experts and leadership specialists.
If you would like to share an idea with our community on the theme of #unlocktheimpossible in the run up to the 20th November we want to hear from you and please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org