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New Delhi, Delhi, India
What is Participatory Leadership?
Join is for this powerful and exciting workshop on Participatory leadership!
This is a 3-day training course that offers simple and powerful approaches for showing up with authenticity and respect, and to co-create together the change we want to see in ourselves, our communities, our organisations and our world.
Also called the Art of Hosting and Harvesting conversations that matter, this approach offers participatory models, processes and practices to help us stay connected and heartfelt as we work with diverse groups and opinions, take effective action to solve complex issues, and navigate uncertainty and change.
It is an approach that is gathering momentum internationally as an effective way to bring people together as equals and access our collective intelligence.
Grow your ability to make a positive contribution as a leader, an organizer, a manager, an employee or a citizen in these challenging economic and social times.
The three day workshop will provide participants with an introduction to a range of participatory approaches such as Open Space Technology, World Cafe, Circle practice and Appreciative Inquiry that can be used to develop a more inclusive approach to decision-making and general management issues.
The event will focus on how to tap into the wisdom and resources of groups in order to create and facilitate powerful conversations that lead to useful and implementable results.
The India Art of Participatory Leadership training is part of a wider call that the international Art of Hosting community is responding to with trainings in other parts of India now and later. This particular training will be hosted by experienced practitioners from Europe, in co-creation with the emerging Indian practitioners.
Who can Participate?
We invite leaders, managers, politicians, entrepreneurs, teachers, social innovators, trainers and facilitators, community and youth workers. And for anyone who wants to experience a different perspective of leadership which shift our patterns of organizing and interacting, grounds meaningful actions, sets free other people’s creativity and intelligence in order to achieve real involvement, better cooperation and sustainable results together.
Toke Paludan Møller
Toke is co-founder and CEO of Interchange, a for more than profit Company based in Denmark which works across the world where ever we are invited from the heart to what matters now. He is process organizer and prcess host and has been pioneering in the fields of sustainable entrepreneurship, social innovation, participatory leadership, hosting and harvesting strategic conversations that matter, since the early 1970s.
Marc has worked for over 25 years with numerous companies, on the 5 continents in multicultural environments, in the areas of coaching, management and leadership, designing specific seminars to meet the needs of clients and conducting training for trainers. Marc operates also with humanitarian and community projects, including in post conflict situations. He uses participatory and collaborative leadership methods creating an open and comfortable space to foster expression of individual and collective passion and responsibility of wiser actions.
Dr Beena Chintalapuri
Dr Beena Chintalalpuri started her career three decades ago in Osmania University (OU), Hyderabad. She rose to the various leadership positions throughout her career. She was a Professor of Psychology, Head and Chairperson of the Department of Psychology, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Satavahana University, Karimnagar, Director of Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR), Southern Regional Center and Registrar, Osmania University. Training has been one of Beena’s core competencies, and she has had opportunities to lead two training centers; Academic Staff Training Center and Counselor’s Training Center “Saksham”. In 2008, the Government of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh has conferred on her the Best Teacher Award for excellence in teaching and educational administration. Beena is currently involved in planning and conducting counseling training programs for SICA (State Institute of Correctional Administration) and prisons of Telangana state.
Tanuja is an entrepreneur, human resource consultant and an educator with passion to inspire and empower people to live life with a purpose and vision. In her professional journey of more than 19 years, she has designed and facilitated programs for many leading organisations as well as start-ups; helping them enhance their lives by greatly improving the way they speak, think and manage their strengths in personal-professional lives and businesses.
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This workshop will be held in English.