Fall21 eXperience: The Mosaic of Practice

This Fall, tCL eXperience will spotlight the diverse practices of seasoned tCL professionals!

Hear firsthand about change interventions in client situations, or dive into an emerging approach that is being explored and piloted. Discover the inside-out perspectives, struggles, jubilations and methods of your peers, and go away with invaluable consulting and coaching insights you’ll get nowhere else.

Registrations are now open. Scroll down for more details and sign up to save your seat!

Have questions? Email us at: [email protected]

How to Register

This e-Xperience is free of charge for 2021 tCL registered members. Limited places, at a fee, are available for members of HEC Alumni and SBS Alumni communities.

If you are a CCC alumnus you can now activate your tCL membership for 2021 and register for this e-Xperience at the same time.

Once you have successfully completed your registration, we will send you all the necessary log-in details.

To register for this e-Xperience:

  1. Please ensure you are logged in to your member space. Click on “Log in below. If you are having trouble with your log-in details please contact [email protected]

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  2. Once logged in, the register button will appear below. Please click on the link to register to this e-Xperience.  If you are having trouble with the registration process please contact [email protected]

HEC Paris Alumni: Please Register Here

Oxford SBS Alumni: Please Register Here

Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-completed-first-served basis.

The Mosaic of Practice In Client Realities

From managers and leaders to coaches and consultants of societies’ complex systems, The Mosaic of Practice will feature the “practice secrets” of our seasoned change professionals in their client realities.

Three key themes have surfaced from the work they have chosen to expose, as they constantly adapt their craft to tackle the many socially-charged challenges of our time. Approaching it from different client entry points, we can expect diverse insights on:

How to turbo-charge a new kind of leadership that pivots towards sustainability?
Discover the EU pilot of a new framework with New Angles, or form your own conclusions from an ex-Navy SEAL’s take on leadership that contribute to high-performing teams in complex operations.

How to get the best out of human relationships and connections to sustain collaboration that emerges with the right answers to change?
Unpack and explore the difference between coaching a board in dissonance and orchestrating governing conditions needed to scale and nurture non-hierarchical and non-instituted multi-player collaboration.

How to make change management an impetus for bringing people and planet to the forefront of the growth equation? 
Dive into part workshop, part experiment through an Asian lens and a South African case of COVID-induced WFH (work from home) turbulence, and get inspired.

Highly interactive, in the way tCLers do their best sharing and learning, our speakers will unravel unique observations and methods by way of reflective facilitation and experiential dialogue. In return, they invite your intellectual curiosity, collaborative input and professional feedback in the spirit of connecting, creating and challenging our intervention points to shape positive systemic change.

Speakers & Facilitators

Our tCL members never fail to step up! Our illustrious speakers are seasoned professionals in organizational change and leadership who represent or work with private sector businesses of all sizes, government bodies, non-profit agencies, multilateral institutions and global consortiums.

We are honored to be able to showcase the craft and work of:

Week-Long Program

The Fall e-Xperience will be delivered 100% remotely. All sessions will be highly participative and interactive. In view of our global community the e-Xperience will also accommodate as many time zones as possible.

We will record sessions, as and when permitted, and make them available for registered participants and tCL members.
Come ready to connect, challenge and co-create together.

DateTime (CET) / duration'Session ThemeSpeaker(s)
Mon, 11 Oct
5 – 7pm / 120’Opening: tCL Resilience & Continuity Into The Future with tCL’s “Practice LabBoard Chair: Rick Torseth, Human Securities, USA
&
Eileen Lee Lavergne, Ellagora, France
Tue, 12 Oct
1:30 – 2:30pm / 60’Sustainable Leadership with New Angles: An EU PilotJacob Mayne,
New Angles, France
Tue, 12 Oct
6 – 7pm / 60’ Shared Leadership in High-Performing Teams: A SEAL PerspectiveDavid Cooper,
Verge, USA
Wed, 13 Oct1:30 – 2:30pm / 60’Greensight: What's On The LineJoanne Flinn,
Unicorning, Singapore
Wed, 13 Oct6 – 7pm / 60’Non-Hierarchical Cooperation: Lessons from a Port Labor CaseDirk De Proost,
European Partner, Belgium
Thu,14 Oct 1:30 – 2:30pm / 60’The Role of Change Management in Employee Mental HealthCorne Els,
Phambili IT, South Africa
Thu, 14 Oct 6 – 7pm / 60’Creating Waves for A Mosaic of Social ChangeLife is H20
Global
Fri, 15 Oct1:30 – 2:30pm / 60’Early Strategies Coaching of A Board in Dissonance Cecile Demailly,
Early Strategies, France
Fri, 15 Oct4:00 – 5:00pm / 60’Guiding Meta-Organizational Decision-Making in Complex Future StakesDr Gail Carson, GloPID-R
&
Dr Rafael Ramirez, Oxford Said Business School
Fri, 15 Oct5:00 – 6:30pm / 90’Into the Future: Continuing tCL’s “Practice Lab”Rick Torseth
&
Eileen Lee Lavergne

Download the tCL eXperience program ebook for the full agenda, topic synopsis and speaker details.

tCL Fall21 eXperience

 


2021 e-Xperience: Braving Crises

April 12-17, 2021 — tCL’s eXperience is back with our Spring edition on “BRAVING CRISIS”.  Check out the full program and schedule with speakers below. Sign up now to join us!

Have questions? Email us at: [email protected]

How to Register

This e-Xperience is free of charge for 2021 tCL registered members. Limited places, at a fee, are available for members of HEC Alumni and SBS Alumni communities.

If you are a CCC alumnus you can now activate your tCL membership for 2021 and register for this e-Xperience at the same time.

Once you have successfully completed your registration, we will send you all the necessary log-in details.

To register for this e-Xperience:

  1. Please ensure you are logged in to your member space. Click on “Log in below. If you are having trouble with your log-in details please contact [email protected]

    Log in

     

  2. Once logged in, the register button will appear below. Please click on the link to register to this e-Xperience.  If you are having trouble with the registration process please contact [email protected]

Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-completed-first-served basis.

Braving Crises

The word “crisis” came from the Greek verb “krinein”, meaning to separate, distinguish and judge in order to decide a course of action in a difficult context. Hippocratus was said to have used it during the turning point of a disease when a decision had to be taken, resulting in a change for the better (recovery) or for the worse (death).

Therein lies the dilemma and complexity of a crisis for we know there’s a lot more hidden behind that one decision. There’s no playbook to be had and no best practice to follow because by it’s very nature, a crisis is unexpected, mired in uncertainty and disruptive as well as destabilizing. The thought of undoing a condition or situation forever is enough to overwhelm and paralyze.

What happens when a multitude of decisions are needed, all at once, and their chain reaction has the propensity to create wicked problems of their own — ones that will change the question of life and death on more than one dimension?

The COVID-19 pandemic started out as a health crisis, but very quickly, it escalated into multi-faceted socio-economic crises of a monumental scale. How do we brave these times to thrive and not just survive? The future looks decidedly choppy, yet offer hope when we look hard enough for new possibilities.

Our spring e-Xperience opens up space for us to tackle this and dwell on the courageous lessons from the field and research, covering: 

  • Resilience and Leadership: how is this transposed from self to a systemic change-making scale? What does leadership in crisis look like?
  • Decision-making: how do we deal with conflicting agendas and paradoxes amidst moving targets and unknowns? Where does ‘Ethics’ fit?
  • Bouncing forth vs back: what do we need to pivot in ambiguity towards opportunity in a scenario of shifting futures and long-drawn crises ramifications? How will these define needed and transposable skills?
  • The World Beyond Crises: Is there such a thing? What are we learning? What will work, education, institutions and society look like if we re-frame crises as windows of opportunity?
  • Change agency: how do we help our stakeholders and clients re-invent themselves and others for a tomorrow that’s constantly shifting?

The scale and complexity of our times calls for retrospective foresight on a communal and societal level. It is a call for us to brave the crises collectively so self-organizing systemic change for good might get a chance for success.

Speakers, Facilitators & Moderators

The wealth of our community and network never fails to enrich our e-Xperience. We are fortunate to have academicians, practitioners, researchers and leaders from all walks of life who care about sharing and inter-connecting, fuelling further learning and progress about systemic and self-organizing change.

For our Spring e-Xperience, we are welcoming:

Week-Long Program

The Spring e-Xperience will be delivered 100% remotely. All sessions will be moderated conversations and interactive micro workshops. In view of our global community the e-Xperience will accommodate as many time zones as possible.

Unless otherwise indicated, sessions will be recorded and made available for registered tCL 2021 members.
Come ready to participate, challenge, co-create, learn and network for collective change.

DateTime (CET) / duration'Session ThemeSpeaker(s)Moderator / Host
12 April5:00 - 6:15pm / 75'e-Xperience Kick-Off & Opening Panel: Braving a Permanent CrisisHugo Marynissen
Rufaro Maunze
Mike Staresinic
Mariann Gyorke
13 April8:00 - 9:00am / 60'Ethical Decision-Making in CrisisPeter CollinsAlessandra Wulf
13 April5:00 - 6:30pm / 90'From Safety Science to Braving CrisisAlexis KummetatMariann Gyorke
14 April1:30 - 2:45pm / 60'Leadership Dilemmas in Turbulent Times
(this session will not be recorded)
Tawfik JelassiEileen Lee Lavergne
14 April2:45 - 3:15pm / 30'Counter-SpaceNARobert Poynton
15 April12:30 - 1:30pm / 60'Tackling Crisis of the Labor Market, Today and TomorrowSoon Joo Gog
Mona Mourshed
Jan Berlage
16 April1:00 - 2:00pm / 60'Dancing with CrisesChristine CayolEileen Lee Lavergne
16 April6:30 - 7:30pm / 60'Counter-Space: Grounding and PrimingNARobert Poynton
17 April5:00 - 6:30pm / 90'e-Xperience Culmination: Braving Crises - What Now?All + communityRoberto Saco

Please check the programme book with information on speaker biographies, session synopses, and suggested readings.