Courses, Workshops & Trainings

If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading” – Lao Tzu

Upcoming Courses, Workshops and Trainings

Waysfinding Complexity Jan 2020 

31. Januar in Berlin, Germany with Sonja Blignaut & Johann Entz-von Zerssen:

There is a growing awareness that the organisations we work in are more like unpredictable and interconnected ecosystems than predictable machines. In these complex ecosystems, most of our models and “best practices” are no longer effective. Decision makers and facilitators often find that they are not equipped for this new world of work as prevailing management paradigms are based on assumptions of linearity, predictability, and certainty.

What is becoming increasingly apparent is that organisations that
want to be fit for the future world of work will need to fundamentally shift not only work practices but also how they think, strategise and organise.

  • In this workshop, we will explore:
  • what complexity is (vs complicatedness)
  • where it comes from and why our contexts
    seem to be becoming more complex and
    uncertain
  • how to make sense of the contexts we are in
    and the problems we face
  • how facilitate emergent processes
  • re-thinking our approaches to change,
    culture and organisation design to
    enable adaptive organisations.

Read more about it here and download the Flyer: Waysfinding Complexity Jan 2020.  Register via email: contact@ezc.partners

 7-Day Transformation Intensive  

This course is a full immersion into the self with a deep transformative cycle. Participants take a deep, undisturbed dive into their self system and learn about their mechanisms and identities. They learn how to identify hidden sabotage patterns and blockages. They train skills that enable them to dissolve shadows or destructive habits and recreate new, empowering ones. This training is specifically designed to help individuals make those personal and professional changes that are most important to them. This training requires uninterrupted time away from home and the willingness to take a closer look inside. For a more detailed description, read up here.

Course Dates and Registration
Transformation Intensive – Basic Self

February 22 – 28, 2020at House Schmagerow near Berlin, Germany, near the border to Poland, nearest Airport is Berlin (D) or Szczecin (PL). Please ask for details. Reviewers welcome at greatly reduced prices. For registration, follow this link.

Transformation Intensive – Advanced

March 14 -19, 2020at House Schmagerow near Berlin, Germany, near the border to Poland, nearest Airport is Berlin (D) or Szczecin (PL). Please ask for details. Only for participants who have completed the Basic Course. For registration, contact us via email.

Community of Practice Meeting: Summer 2020 at House Schmagerow  

we will keep you updated at House Schmagerow near Berlin, Germany. This is a long weekend for all former course participants, basic or advanced levels. We pracice, go deeper, wider, explore old and new things together, cook, talk, hand have great fun. 250 Euro all included; practice, food, accomodation.

Transformation Intensive – Basic Self

July 31 – August 6, 2020; in Northern Italy, the exact venue will be announced. Languages are English, Italian and German with scripts in the respective languages.

Leadership in Complex Times

Introduction to the foundations of navigating complexity in the workplace. Combines the following features:

  • an Leadership Assessment (TLC as 360 or LDMA as scientific method to assess Decision Making in complexity), both as online component, including a debrief (1,5 hours)
  • a 2,5 days course combining elements of
    • introduction to complexity thinking and the Cynefin Framework
    • formal and informal decision making (individual/collective) in complex-adaptive domains
    • relational dynamics and how to lead
    • introduction into adult development and leadership action logics
  • 4 coaching sessions after the course
Other Courses:

Other 1 day modules can be booked on demand:

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