Connecting local responses around the world
Time: January 31, 2017 from 7pm to 10:30pm
Location: Optimist League
Street: Av. Alfred Solvay, 1
City/Town: B-1170 Watermael-Boisfort (Brussels)
Website or Map: http://www.philoma.org/php/ag…
Event Type: book, launch, on, 31/01/2016, from, 19h, to, 22h30, in, brussels
Organized By: Laurent Ledoux and the Philosophie&Management association
Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2017
On this very special occasion on January 31st, Jean-Louis Lamboray, author of "What Makes us Human?" (available in French and English) and one of the co-founders of The Constellation, will talk about how he and others have been instrumental in transforming the lives of many communities and organizations around the world. The process they devised and used is called SALT (Stimulate-Appreciate-Learn-Transfer), an approach that can be applied to any type of group of people to help them find THEIR response to whatever they need to flourish.
The stories in "What makes us human?" suggest a way forward based on the experience of thousands of communities worldwide. They take action based on their strengths to realize their dreams, and as they connect to share their experience they inspire each other to take further action.
The book invites us to reconnect with ourselves and with others to regain agency over our lives and to work at the realization of the world we want to see.
For further information, please refer to the websites:
In English: https://what-makes-us-human.com/
In French: http://www.questcequinousrendhumains.com/
Background info: In November last year, Jean-Louis and Frederic Laloux (author of the bestseller Reinventing Organizations) gave a conference together near Lille, in France. Here is an article and the videos (in French) to get a taste of the potential of this mindset and approach:
Spaces are limited- register ASAP!
To register: https://www.weezevent.com/qu-est-ce-qui-nous-rend-humain
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