How can you ignite passion and sustainable commitment in your organisation?
Join us for a two-day workshop to learn, be inspired and co-create the next bold steps for your organisation.
Europe - Spring & Summer 2017
Prague (Czech Republic) 18 & 19 May
Who is it for?
CEOs, business owners, HR managers, operational managers, strategists, internal innovators, start up entrepreneurs - those with influence, or in a leadership role in an organisation
Anyone who is already inspired by new ways of working, and is ready to take a next step towards self organisation.
Date and times:
May 18th: 09.00am to May 19th 05.00pm
Akademický klub ALV, Areál Pivovar Braník, Údolní 212/1, 14700 Praha 4
Info in your own language (Czech)
contact your local host: Jana Rose Krivanova
Tier 1: Companies, government, large NGOs: Kč 21195,-
Tier 2: Smaller NGOs, start ups: Kč 15856,-
Group rate: 20% discount for 3 or more participants from the same organisation
The price includes: lunch both days, tea/coffee breaks, workshop materials, and dinner with the team on the first night of the workshop.
Limited scholarship places: available for university and college students. Get in touch with us about this possibility.
REGISTER your tickets on our Eventbrite page:
YOUR WORKSHOP HOSTS
The team has diverse experience across companies, government, NGOs and networks.
Nora Ganescu (Romania, Slovakia)
Nora Ganescu is an author, consultant and coach, specialising in organisational development. Her passion is people and she has dedicated her career helping companies and organisations creating better results with genuine participation and collaboration. She is always learning and exploring the “cutting edge” in this field. She is a student and a practitioner of the next organisational paradigms that have self-organisation and wholeness at their center.
For the past 20 years, Nora has worked with dozens of organisations (companies, civil society, government) helping them create more engaging conditions, better collaboration and better results.
Nora is the author of “THE CEO’S PLAYBOOK: turning the employees you have into the dream team you always wanted”, a roadmap on the journey to the companies and the (better and saner) work worlds of the future.
Nora is co-founder of Campfire Co-op, a self-organising network of consultants and innovators in the field of organisational development. Nora also is an Art of Hosting practitioner.
Erwin Van Waeleghem (Belgium)
As a global seed-planter, Tealspirator Erwin Van Waeleghem aims to inspire as many people and organizations as possible, to consider reinventing their working collaborations in a more human-centric way.
Professionally, he holds the role of police commissioner/criminologist within the local police force of Leuven (Belgium), where he has successfully brought self-organising or ‘Teal’ principles and practices to his team.
Outside this quite rigid hierarchy, he is very passionate about what he calls his ‘jobby’ - as an international speaker, inspirational steward, external advisor and workshop facilitator. An authentic and passionate speaker, he shares his own story with a focus on self awareness, social innovation and cultural transformation.
Erwin strongly believes in the leadership capacities of everyone. He has already inspired many leaders - sharing diverse regional success stories of self-management, and his own of bringing teal-principles to the police force in Leuven. He also advises on creating an organizational culture based on Semco Style/Teal principles.
Erwin is co-president and international inspirational steward of the Teal for Teal International Foundation, and is also involved in the international growth of the Semco Style Institute and Sociocracy 3.0.
Mel Geltch (Australia)
Mel Geltch is co-founder of Campfire Co-op, a self-organising network of consultants and facilitators working to transform the impact people, and our organisations, have on the world.
She is passionate about unleashing the potential of people to do our best work in the world, and amplifying sustainable organisations, communities and systems where everyone is a valued contributor.
She believes that organisations can be powerful agents of change and play a critical role is supporting wellbeing of people who work in them, and all of society.
After more than 20 years working as a communicator, organiser and host in government, media and NGOs in Australia, Mel is now dedicated to supporting impactful and sustainable human organisations as a genuine alternative to management hierarchies.
An experienced participatory leadership (Art of Hosting) practitioner, she is a skilled collaborator, process designer and host, working best in complex situations.
Mel has supported Australian organisations making the shift to greater participation and self-management, and is now bringing that learning and experience to Campfire Co-op.