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Thursday, July 28 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Inviting Transformation: Personal and Organizational Growth (Michael Sahota, Olaf Lewitz)

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Abstract:
Invitation is a style of leadership that creates agency by distributing accountability, authority, and power. It sets clear boundaries, providing a context for people to show up (or be held accountable).
Growth and significant change happen when people in the organization transform to a new way of being. How may we invite them to change? A key secret is that it starts with our own behaviour as leaders.
We see invitation as a core aspect of leadership common to effective managers and coaches and facilitators. Through this we foster ownership and leadership in others.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Increased awareness around invitation vs. coercion in ourselves and our environments
  • Explain connection between safety, freedom and valuing people
  • Set context and boundaries to invite change
  • Clarity on how we show up and what personal edges we wish to develop
  • See connection between invitation and emergence


Speakers
avatar for Olaf Lewitz

Olaf Lewitz

Trust Artist, trustartist.com
Witch, Nomad, Pioneer.Trust Artist. Connecting with people to enable them to increase trust, in themselves and others.Will stay when needed and leave when wanted.Loving and challenging.Using Scrum, Kanban, CoreProtocols, NVC, agile or better.
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Michael Sahota

Guide & Certified Enterprise Coach, Agilitrix (Independent Consultant)
I believe people deliver astounding results when they have Passion and Purpose. Joy and Meaning. Creativity, Safety, Trust and Belonging. I believe we can foster work environments where people can grow and evolve to unleash their best every day. | | I help people cultivate their organizational culture. To invite a more conscious way of being and relating. To evolve organizational structures and practices that foster new ways of working... Read More →



Thursday July 28, 2016 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Regency VII

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