Basics of tension based working - Dynamic steering in a volatile world

Facilitator: Leo Meyer-Schwickerath
Time: Monday 14.11.2022, from 16:00 – 19:00h
Place: Online via Zoom
Language: English

In a volatile world change is the only thing that is constant. But how do we transform our collaboration in teams and organisations accordingly?
Tension-based working is a framework and a mindset that can be used to adapt the structures in which we work. By establishing certain meeting structures, we can gain more flexibility to work on the tensions coming up in our everyday worklife. In this workshop you will learn how to take decisions at the last responsible moment rather than making big plans, like 5 year goals. After diving into the basics of this dynamic steering, we will look into tensions in your project and how to work them out.

As an engineer Leo from Leadership³ tried to change the world through societal and product change to solve the issues of our current times. Through the failure in a key project, he realized that the way we work defines the quality of our results. Therefore, he nowadays  combines his inner-work experience from contemplative movement practices and trauma therapy with outer structural work on collaboration in order to create better results that can hold more complexity to meet the challenges of our times.

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