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Lions Roar : March 2012
Courageous leadership, collaboration, and innovation. When we’re caught in the pressures and complexity of rapid change, the impulse is to move faster and work harder. In reality we need to step back, think more deeply and broadly, and learn to see and act in new ways. The ALIA Institute integrates mindfulness and creative process with the practical skills needed to implement positive change. Choose your area of focus from topics such as these: • Skills for negotiation and conflict • Practices for working with timely and decisive action • Appreciative inquiry and the new philanthropy • Tools and lenses for designing systemic change • Strategies for multi-stakeholder engagement RegisteR now for a transformative learning experience that will recharge your leadership and empower your work. ALIA Europe Leadership Intensive March 26-31, 2012 Utrecht, The Netherlands Summer Institute June 18-23, 2012 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada “A dynamic, living laboratory of personal and collective learning”—Peter Senge, author, The Fifth Discipline and The Necessary Revolution “ALIA brings a new, more relevant approach to leadership development” —Diane Willemse, AstraZeneca Canada For more information and to register www.ALIAinstitute.org 2012 faculty include Erica Ariel Fox (founder, Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative), Art Kleiner (editor, strategy + business journal), Adam Kahane (author, Solving Tough Problems), Martin Kalunga-Banda (Presencing Institute), Toke Moeller (co-founder, the Art of Hosting Strategic Conversations) and Margaret Wheatley (founder, Berkana Institute).