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Lions Roar : January 2009
“We are longing for profound renewal and change in our collective structures and institutions. We have been waiting, consciously or not, all our lives. And now, it seems, a window is beginning to open.” Otto Scharmer, author, Theory U: Leading from the Future as It Emerges (2007) For the past nine years the Shambhala Institute for Authentic Leadership has stood at the place where ancient wisdom meets the dawning edge of what is possible. As industrial age worldviews and institutions lose momentum, whole organizations, communities, and societies are moving through fundamental change. Leaders grounded in core values and authenticity are best prepared to navigate through radical transition. These leaders need frameworks and practices for working with complex, rapidly evolving systems. They need to know how to build networks of innovation, and how to counter the tendency towards fear and retrenchment. And they need to know how to create support systems for themselves, and where to go for renewal and deep learning. Authentic Leadership in Action (ALIA) is an innovative model of leadership development that meets the real needs of today’s agents of transition. We invite you to join us in 2009. “An experience that opened new horizons for my work and deeper meaning in my life.” Thomas Kaney, GlaxoSmithKline www.shambhalainstitute.org ALIA 2009 Programs Leading Profound Innovation Toronto, Ontario April 5-8 A three-day immersion in the U-Process, a framework and set of practices for revealing new solutions to complex social and organizational challenges. Led by Otto Scharmer, Arawana Hayashi, Susan Skjei, Jim Marsden & others. ALIA West Victoria, British Columbia May 19-22 A regional version of the Summer Institute, integrating a personal leadership journey with skills and practices for systemic transformation. With Bill Torbert, Wendy Palmer, Sarita Chawla & others. Summer Institute Halifax, Nova Scotia June 21-27 A five-day international learning community with 15-hour modules led by Margaret Wheatley, James Flaherty, Bill Torbert, Glenda Eoyang & others. Workshops include Finding Our Way Home Organizational Trust Remarkable Leadership The Shambhala Institute Authentic Leadership in Action 902 425 0492 17153.indd 1 11/5/08 4:16:20 PM