You want to access and activate your highest potential? You want to improve your workflow and learn more about yourself? Martin Kalungu-Banda believes in the unlimited potential of each person to be creative and productive. That is why he developed his own methodical approach. In this workshop you will hear about his method “Driftology” and learn how to use your own potential to experience “great life opportunities”.
26. - 28.02.2018
A great Workshop with Martin Kalungu-Banda.
Our life story is not just a reflection of the past, it is also the antenna that helps us to detect the next chapters of our lives and our work. The workshop will explore and introduce practices that enable us access and actualize our highest potential at individual, organizational and collective levels.
The core capacities we need to respond to complex and unpredictable times include the following:
Dieser Workshop mit Martin Kalungu-Banda findet erstmals in Vorarlberg statt.
Martin Kalungu-Banda entwickelte einen eigenen methodischen Ansatz „Driftology“, mit dem wir – nicht leistungsorientiert – tiefer wahrnehmen und sorgsamer handeln können.
Sprache: Englisch und Deutsch
Teilnahmegebühr: € 1.350,--, Frühbucherbonus: € 1.220,-- (gültig bis 23.12.2017)
Die gesamten Preise verstehen sich exklusive Mehrwertsteuer. Die Aufenthalts- und Verpflegungskosten sind vor Ort mit dem Hotel zu verrechnen.
Teilnehmergruppe: max. 40 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer
Martin is an international consultant in leadership and organisation development. He serves as a Senior Consultant for the Presencing Institute and co-faculty for the Global Alliance for Banking on Values leadership program. He has served as visiting faculty for the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, the London Business School, Oxford’s Said Business School, and the Duke of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conference for Leaders. Between 2005 and 2008, Martin served as Special Consultant to the President of Zambia. Since 2006, he serves as an Adviser to the Africa Governance Initiative (now the Tony Blair Institute), playing the role of Thinking Partner to Chiefs of Staff to Heads of State, Government Ministers and Permanent Secretaries in a number of Africa countries. In 2015, Martin was part of the team contracted by the World Bank to develop Tanzania’s current national skills development strategy. He has led a number of innovation processes for businesses & governments (in Africa, Asia, Europe & the Middle East) generating cutting-edge solutions in the finance, agriculture and healthcare sectors. Martin is an entrepreneur that has helped to found more than five business organisations. He is the author of, among other books, the bestseller “Leading like Madiba: Leadership Lessons from Nelson Mandela” that has been translated in more than eight languages. Martin currently lives in Oxfordshire, UK, with his wife, Aggie, their daughter, Bobo (20), and son, Neo (15).
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