Restorative Circles and Self-Managing

We are holding a small group discussion about what we can do to support organisation and our community to increase local capacity in skill-based co-operation and collaboration.

What influence can we have individually and collectively towards resilience?

How can we ensure Scotland has the regenerative capacity to ease us through the on-going changes?

This is an informal discussion among peers to identify and address next steps we can take to create shared values and resources.

I’ve invited Govert van Ginkel to co-host with me.  He is from the Netherlands where  they lead the field in transformative method  made prominent by the book Reinventing Organisation

The Mind the Gap workshops explored Spiral Dynamics – a psychological approach that offers insights into people’s worldviews, and how these shape values and drive behaviour as outlined in the first chapter of the above book

Govert helps organisations and individuals with human engagement and conflict resolution.  Often these are the same sides of the coin.  He practised as a corporate lawyer and manager of a legal affairs department for 13 years)  and practiced for 15 years. He has now helps companies and individuals redirect their energy towards more meaningful connection and results.  His work utilizes his legal background as well as the soft skills which are often the hard skills, learned through the International Institute for Restorative Practices, Restorative Circles, Mediation, Nonviolent Communication and the Mankind Project.
What can we learn from this?

We still have a few places left for those who are in the corporate world and public sector.

City Edinburgh

Date: Thursday 23 rd. August 

Time: 2p – 4pm

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