Coming Together to Meet the Future
BUILDING THE GLOBAL CHANGEMAKER COMMUNITY
“There is a crack, a crack in everything
That’s how the light gets in.”
A Virtual Journey for Global Changemakers
How do we make sense of this challenging time together?
How do we bridge the past, present and future to create a new, more flourishing, reality?
What needs to change? As changemakers, are we ready to ‘be the change’?
Come join us on a journey from June to November
to make sense, get inspired, get equipped and get connected for the future of changemaking.
Adam Kahane is a Director of Reos Partners, an international social enterprise that helps people move forward together on their most important and intractable issues. He is a leading organizer, designer and facilitator of processes through which business, government, and civil society leaders can work together to address such challenges. He has worked in more than fifty countries, in every part of the world, with executives and politicians, generals and guerrillas, civil servants and trade unionists, community activists and United Nations officials,
clergy and artists.
Adam is the author of Solving Tough Problems: An Open Way of Talking, Listening, and Creating
New Realities, about which Nelson Mandela said: “This breakthrough book addresses the central
challenge of our time: finding a way to work together to solve the problems we have created.” He is
also the author of Power and Love: A Theory and Practice of Social Change, Transformative
Scenario Planning: Working Together to Change the Future, and Collaborating with the Enemy:
How to Work with People You Don’t Agree with or Like or Trust.
Julie Diamond, Ph.D., is an author, executive coach and international leadership consultant. For over 25 years Julie has been at the forefront of creating transformational learning and leadership solutions across a range of sectors and disciplines, from graduate degree programs to leader development programs. Julie’s research and work with leaders has focused on the problems of power— the ways power is expressed and how it impacts culture, interpersonal dynamics, decision making, and leadership ability. Her latest book Power: A User’s Guide, dives into the problems and promises of being in position of power.
Julie splits her time between Portland, Oregon and the coastal ranges of central Oregon, where she will find every excuse to spend time outdoors.
Daryl Conner is an internationally recognized leader in organizational change and serves as an advisor and mentor to senior executives around the globe. In 40 years of practice, Daryl has worked with many of the most successful organizations in the world, including Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and nonprofit institutions, to help them achieve the full intent of their most urgent and critically important initiatives. A dynamic public speaker, he has addressed thousands of executives in corporate settings, national conferences, and public programs.
His work is built on a strong foundation of research, extensive consulting experience, a master’s degree in psychology, and a deep spiritual focus. He has authored two books—Managing at the Speed of Change (Random House, 1993) and Leading at the Edge of Chaos (John Wiley & Sons, 1998)—and more than 250 publications, including journal and magazine articles, monographs, book chapters, and videos. Daryl’s blog, Change Thinking, is written for change management professionals who want to raise the level of their game and that of the field of change execution.
Daryl also holds a faculty position on the Masters of Organizational Leadership program (MAOL) at the Center for Leadership Studies.
In 2007, Daryl and the firm were honored with the International Spirit at Work award, which is given annually to companies that exemplify a deep commitment to nurturing the human spirit.
Kufunda is a small learning village in Zimbabwe learning our way into what it takes to build healthy and vibrant community. Our journey is one of exploring and seeking to live what we believe to be possible, perhaps even living the future today.
We care about people creating their own solutions. We care about working with the diversity and wealth that we have, to create what we need. We believe that change begins with conscious and confident people, coming together to explore what matters most to them. Then healthy action can flow.
I will share from our African village principles and experiences that I think are relevant regardless where in the world we find ourselves – and then invite the Global Change Days community into a dialogue of exploring the questions that have brought them to this global community and event.
Over the past 11 years, the Change Days have been a powerful assembly and incubator for changemakers exploring the cutting edge of co-creation and transformational skills, methods, mindsets and actions.
We are a vibrant global practitioner community,
offering cutting edge participatory sessions and opportunities to connect with others around the world sharing their knowledge and expertise.
Co-creating responses to global challenges
Wellbeing: Health & Resilience
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