The Awarefulness Project is a high engagement, experiential practice for working in complex human systems. By understanding and embracing complexity thinking, you can develop and influence the conditions for systemic change – change that occurs through applying new skills and actions in your everyday systems.
Plexus Catalysts Denise Easton, Amanda Lyons, and Barb Siegel designed this as an integrated technique and practice that guides individuals and groups to experience and create innovative, empathetic and high performing team engagements.
The program is delivered as both a general program with a cohort of individuals from a diverse range of organizations and as a tailored program for teams within organizations. The Awarefulness Project is an immersive, experiential and collaborative professional development course with weekly live video sessions, a downloadable, visual notebook / journal that is created for and by the cohort, usable exercises, and resources for building a foundation in complexity thinking. Most importantly, you will bring and build connections and insights that shape both the process and experience of the program.
Explore details of The Awarefulness Project and register for the January 2019 Program, Class Size Limited