Welcome to our 21st Model of the Month session.
We are delighted that you will be with us for a wonderful experience of knowledge exchange, groups work and conversation. The facilitated session will last for 90 minutes with an additional 30 minutes in which we will still be around for an informal conversation.
This time we will focus on the Transition Managers Creed.
The Transition Manager’s Creed describes a relationship to emerging transformations that allows one to facilitate them — that is to make them as smooth and effective as possible. A Transition Manager is all of us as we are doing the work that is necessary to foster transformation which is an emergent process of a system undergoing extreme perturbation.
The opportunities for transformation are rarely created de novo. Instead, they are discovered. This process was designed to help facilitate these changes once we become aware of what’s happening. It helps us create the future.
Please read the attached pdf (provided upon your registration for this workshop) with a detailed desertion of the Creed. In addition, you will also find corresponding terms of art that are relevant in that context.
We are very much looking forward to our conversations to further explore how we all become true Transition Managers in those current times.
Kindly come prepared to our session by having read the detailed descriptions of the model provided to you when you register for this workshop.
We not only share the model in discussion, but also corresponding terms of art to set the larger context.
Please plan to join us for a 90 minute facilitated session; we plan to stay on for another 30mins for informal discussions with Rob, Matt and Svenja thereafter.
What are the “Models of the Month” Webinars?
You may have found our organization because you believe in the power of intentional process design and facilitation to solve complex problems.
One key element of our work is based on the MGTaylor models, both as design templates for creating multi-stakeholder journeys towards concrete outcomes, as well as diagnostic or auditing tools to understand the current or future state of a situation, challenge, intention.
Given the current state of our planet and the complexity of humanity as a driving force within — and aiming at creating a future by design and not default — it is now even more important to collectively explore the models at hand, and how they allow us to navigate this complexity together.
How can we as practitioners become better at what we do in service of humanity?
We, therefore, invite you to join a monthly conversation about exactly that: exploring the MGTaylor models, sharing experiences and discussing their application in areas of great need.
Svenja is a facilitator and designer of large scale collaborative sessions. Her passion lies in building resilient communities and facilitating collaborative processes to solve complex challenges on a systems level. She cares a lot about the challenges the world is currently facing and wants to support connecting the dots in order to create impactful, meaningful solutions. She promotes listening to understand, not listening to speak, and holds the space for what is trying to emerge.
Being part the The Value Web, she took on lead design and facilitation roles for international engagements with the World Economic Forum, LEGO Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, International Red Cross & Red Crescent, INSEAD Business School, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, Berlin Civil Society Centre, and many others
She believes in servant leadership, and that facilitation is all about making it easy.
Rob Evans is recognized as one of the world’s best known and most respected facilitators. He has taught thousands of leaders and facilitators in the private, public, and NGO sectors.
THE COLLABORATION CODE® is a book series curated by Rob Evans co-founder of Imaginal Labs. Book three in the series, Models: Frameworks for Transformation presents the entire set of models and terms of art in the MG Taylor Modeling Language, including many never-before documented models with illustrations by Kelvy Bird, Christopher Fuller, and Kelly Adams.
For information about purchasing books, The Collaboration Code®
Matt Taylor is a designer, inventor, teacher, facilitator, sailor and entrepreneur. He has focused his career on the application of architectural design methods to solving complex, systemic problems found at the intersection of physical environments, ecologies, organizational practices and visionary ideas. This work involves business processes, tool-sets and software programs, and includes their expression and utilization in the design, construction and use of virtual and physical environments for collaborative work and sustainable creative living. The components of these environments, and the environments themselves, are designed and built in regards their fit with, and long term impact on, social-economic-ecological systems.
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