Navigating Emergence: Perspectives & Practices for Responding in Real Time

A free virtual workshop hosted by Kate Sutherland

While planning remains important, in our increasingly fast-paced and complex world we need to grow our abilities to embrace emergence, serendipity and synchronicity. Jonas Salk said, “Intuition will tell the thinking mind where to look next.”

In this experiential workshop you’ll learn three practices to cultivate and leverage the power of your intuition and intention. You’ll also deepen your ability to see systemically thanks to three potent perspectives on human systems dynamics: Adaptive Cycle, Chaordic Design and Conscious Co-creation. You’ll leave with a starter kit of in-the-moment practices for navigating emergence, and greater clarity about the North Star guiding your work.

Join us:
Thursday, October 14th from 7-9pm

Cost:
FREE

*Registration is required*
Email us at programming@coastlinecolab.ca to reserve your spot (Zoom link will be provided).

About Kate Sutherland:
Kate is co-founding partner of Emerge Collab – a “collaboratory” dedicated to audacious systems change. She is also co-founding faculty and executive coach for Simon Fraser University (SFU)’s Social Innovation Certificate (2015-2020), THNK School of Creative Leadership (2014-2016), and SFU’s Certificate in Evaluation for Social Change and Transformational Learning (2017+). With 25+ years experience as a consultant in community and organizational change, her current focus is helping leaders and change agents leverage the potential of inner work for non-linear change. Her latest book, We Can Do This! 10 Tools to Unleash Our Collective Genius shares the frameworks she has found most helpful for transforming groups, systems and self. 

This is a free virtual workshop delivered by Coastline Colab & hosted by Kate Sutherland. To learn more about Kate, please visit www.emergecollab.com or www.katersutherland.com

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