"When the destination is unknown, the way ahead choppy, and the ride uncomfortable is when the kaiurungi (navigators/decision makers) throw their weight of experience into charting a new course, holding things steady whilst the kaihoe (paddlers/crew) reset their bearings."
Are you a decision maker? This 2-day (Friday through Sunday), small-group (8-22 people) workshop is crafted for kaiurungi (decision makers) or, in other words: visionaries, CEOs, key business decision makers, boss-adjacents, board members, people whose mahi is in startup spaces - anyone with their sights set on influencing the big shifts at work, in your community, country or industry. Facilitated by one of Collective Intelligence’s experienced growth facilitators, Sarah Tocker, this fully-catered retreat will give you the opportunity to hang out and connect with other like-hearted (not like-minded) people grappling with and learning from the 2020 experience - all with the rugged backdrop of the Ruahine Ranges just outside the door. You’ll come away refreshed and reinvigorated having crafted a personal plan for how to make a real difference in your work from here on in, and be really strategic (at a scale of anything from 5 - 100 years) about where you/your business/your industry/community is heading and your role in that journey.
What will you experience?
- Nature: you’ll be immersed in an experiential group learning environment lead by Sarah Tocker. You will spend time IN (and maybe on and under!) nature
- Knowledge: you’ll be working with contemporary information on how the world/business/community/leaders can activate and engage in the new COVID-changed landscape of work
- Stretch: you’ll engage in boundary-pushing stuff so you can operate differently. It will be uncomfortable and you’ll need to sit with that - no apologies!
- A ‘Dragons Den’ of humanity: you’ll get to chuck your big ideas around with others who are wrestling with real problems.
Time Input: You’ll need to come having done some research into where your ideas are coming from and bring your big idea/ideas to share and work on. Make sure you’re not married to them - for they may be pulled apart and reassembled! There’s a pre-event Zui (zoom hui) where we’ll explain what you’re getting into, give you a chance to eyeball your colleagues and arrange some administrivia along with follow up post-event peer-pairing work and Zui check-ins.