‘How to’ Workshop | Upskilling Space

Host: Humanity Lab Foundation

The Skill Set
The training will cover leadership and systems dynamics frameworks from Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) including: applied systems thinking, adaptive leadership, authentic leadership, problem diagnostics, change management, behavioral insights, behavioral economics, challenging assumptions, and building strategic partnerships.

Together, we will explore new mental models and the resilience needed to sustain the political and social pressures of creating change. This Masterclass draws on real-life examples of current global issues to help leaders across diverse industries better understand how to navigate challenges to maximize their impact in achieving the SDGs.

The Opportunity
At a time when the world is grappling with the uncertainty of COVID-19, spiking social unrest, increased nationalism, and a weakened global economy, the Humanity Lab is committed to supporting current and emerging leaders to develop the grit needed to sustain the political and social pressures of creating change. The training will help participants better understand ecosystems, collaborative partnerships and sustaining change.

The Participants
This Masterclass is designed for emerging and seasoned leaders who are forward-thinking and committed to understanding the agility and resilience needed to elevate their leadership potential. The tailored curriculum and immersive coaching helps companies, organizations, governments and individuals identify opportunities for leadership growth needed to solve pressing social, environmental and developmental issues.

The Skill Building
This Masterclass is presented in a live webinar format with active participation from the audience. The immersive coaching experience will pull lived examples directly from the audience. Participants are encouraged to bring paper and pen and be ready to dig deep, challenge their thinking and actively engage.

The Take Aways
After participating in this Masterclass, participants will hopefully have a revived sense of purpose and direction to achieving social change. Practically, participants will take-away new approaches of thinking/doing, practical tips to implement and test new leadership strategies, and resource links for continued learning on adaptive leadership and change management.


March 25 @ 15:45
15:45 — 16:45 (1h)

Upskilling Space

Hazami Barmada


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