6heads Autumn events

Even though summer is not over yet, 6heads would like to invite you to our series of autumn events over the next month – from flying trapeze, country walks, collaboration and informal drinks, we hope to see you there.

Have More Collaboration – Learning, Sharing, Experimenting with Ben Carter

Tuesday, September 3, 6:45 – 9:00 PM

This workshop will give you space to learn about and experiment with collaboration: we’re all meant to be doing it, but has anyone been clear about how to achieve it? Was does working collaboratively look like, feel like and what can it achieve? For more details and to reserve your place please book here.

An invitation to explore leadership and liminal space on the flying trapeze 

Friday 6th September, 5.45 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.

6Heads invite you to join us for our third year of experiential exploration of liminal space on the flying trapeze

We will examine the rationality of our individual and organisational fear when it comes to embracing the unknown. We’ll do this by experiencing a flying trapeze class at 40ft, amongst the trees in the beautiful surroundings of Kensington Gardens at dusk.

This evening session will bring together a small group of leaders who are dedicated to driving positive change in their professional and personal lives.

Please join us in the exhilarating and kinaesthetic experience of letting go (of ladders, platforms, and bars), embracing something new (another’s arms) and swinging through the liminal space between.

Place: Gorilla Circus Flying Trapeze Rig, Kensington Gardens, London (Map to follow)

RSVP Essential: If you are interested in finding out more please email Louisa Harris at  louisa.harris@6-heads.com

Click here if you would like to see blogs by previous liminal space explorers in the 6heads community.

Autumn Walk – Biomimicry with Nicola Peel 

Saturday 14th September 8.00 am – 5.00pm

Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. The goal is to create products, processes, and policies—new ways of living—that are well-adapted to life on earth over the long haul.  What better way to explore this theme with a long walk through nature and a talk from Nicola Peel. This is going to be a really special day and places are already filling up. Please book here

Events from the 6heads community:

Our longstanding friends and leadership expert Giles Hutchins has three September invitations for us. The first is two Nature Immersions and natural leadership programmes in September. One is a day immersion and the second an overnight Solo over the Autumn Equinox.

  • Connecting with Source, Self, System – 5th September, 2019 – Details here
  • The New Regenerative & Ecosystemic Leadership Paradigm – 19th & 20th September, 2019 – Details here

The third is to an evening in discussion with Giles on Regenerative Leadership on the 24th September following the launch of his new book – Regenerative Leadership. Details here

6heads monthly meet up: Picnic– Tuesday 20th August 7pm-9pm

Come have a drink with our community, share inspiration and get involved with upcoming 6heads events and ideas. Bring friends and drinks/snacks to a summer picnic in Regent’s Park.

We’ll meet at 7pm opposite the entrance of Regent’s Park Gloucester Gate Playground, for directions please follow: https://goo.gl/maps/5q7U4FtPSsJbhn9i6

If you have any issues finding us please get in touch with Isabella at 07733627948

If you have an idea or an event you would like to share with our community please get in touch at info@6-heads.com or join our Facebook group.

See you soon,

The heads

Exploring leadership and liminal space on the Flying Trapeze

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