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2017-09-12 - #063

Leadership Competencies for Desirable & Feasible Futures

We're delighted to be able to announce this month our speakers are the co-founders of the Institute for Evolutionary Leadership -  Manuel Manga and Fedor Ovchinnikov.  

In their presentation this month we'll get an introduction to their view on the leadership competencies that will be needed to co-design futures that are both desirable, based on our values, and feasible based on the available science, i.e. futures that are desirable, possible and likely.   

As usual, we are meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of the month
  • Date: Tues Sept 12 
  • Time: 90 minutes starting 16h30 EST / 13h30 PST /21h30 GMT / 22h30 CET

To join the meeting please see to the F2F co-ordinates or virtual logistics posted to our LinkedIn Group in this post.

Anyone who joins the LinkedIn forum is considered a member of this group and is welcome to join at the meeting

Manuel Manger - Co-Founder Institute for Evolutionary Leadership

To introduce themselves and their talk, Fedor wrote:

Creating alternative economic futures requires leadership. It is not enough to simply envision alternatives – people across sectors of society should be able to mobilize themselves to redesign worldviews, cultures and institutions and bring new socio-economic realities into existence.

Many leadership programs today help leaders be more effective in the current cultures and institutions, which are the same cultures and institutions that do not work very well for all the people and for our planet. At the Institute for Evolutionary Leadership – a social enterprise based in Oakland, California – we work on identifying, applying, and teaching theories, models, practices, and social technologies that help leaders mobilize themselves and others to consciously and effectively redesign worldviews, cultures, and institutions for a more just, sustainable, and flourishing world.

This presentation is an opportunity to learn about Evolutionary Leadership directly from IEL’s co-founder Manuel Manga who has been working on his model of Evolutionary Leadership Competencies since the early 1990-s. Manuel will also talk about how our cooperative community of teachers and practitioners uses an innovative, collectively-designed model to constantly add new tools and support each other in teaching, consulting, and practicing of Evolutionary Leadership Competencies.


The slides presented plus a link to the unedited recording of this meeting is available via our DropBox and GoogleDrive in the folder for this months meeting.  Please contact Prof. Nabil Harfoush for access to the dropbox via the Linkedin Group.

The link to the recording is posted as a comment to the Linkedin Post about this meeting, along with on-going discussion about the meeting by our members.  A copy of the recording is also stored in the DropBox and GoogleDrive folder for this months meeting.

Attendance list is updated at the event (if a location is not provided participant was in Toronto)
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