We promise you good conversation, stimulating company and a chance to share how you have navigated the last year of limited human interaction. It is the opposite of speed dating!
You might encounter entrepreneurs, activists and professionals of all hues. You are invited to shed your work skin and bring your whole self to our open gathering.
No need to register - you can just turn up.
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Past Event - May 2020.
ONLINE INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL MEETUP:
The Corona virus has thrown our societies around the world in turmoil. There is no doubt the virus has caused a lot of suffering, fear and panic, from the death of loved ones, crisis due to lost jobs, broken businesses, homelessness, divorce, polarisation, divisiveness, fragmentation and much more. There is also a sense that we are about to hit the wall, that our current civilisation is not sustainable, that our systems will collapse unless we change direction. It is becoming clear that the world and our businesses could look substantially different at the other end of the lockdown tunnel. This means a tremendous amount of healing and deep learning needs to happen, both personally and organisationally, in this changed world.
At the same time there is an increasing desire to want to be part of a different story for the future. As expressed by some indigenous elders: Rather than letting humanity carry on as usual as if nothing was wrong until it finally comes to an irreversible crash, a collapse and total chaos of our environmental, economic, spiritual, social, food systems, Mother Nature has gracefully slowed us
and let us come down with a soft landing in quite an orderly fashion, with relatively little trouble -
she has sent us back to our rooms to think again! We have actually pressed the pause button, and we can now take stock of where we are and what we need to do to survive and to rewrite our
story. Our whole world is in a cocoon with the time to reflect, and to reinvent our world, our
organisations and society for a different future.
What might that mean for us?
What could the world look like?
What are the seeds we now need to sow to make a new world possible?
This is an invitation for people in organisations and anyone who cares to think about these issues and come together online to have deeper meaningful conversations. We will start with a few provocations and then split into smaller revolving groups where we can explore the issues in greater depth. Please join us for an evening of conversations bringing with you the things you care about for the new world.
Let us let go of the old and let the new come!