In 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals gave us a comprehensive plan for a sustainable world by 2030. The 17 goals cover a wide range of issues that involve people with different needs, values, and convictions. There is a vision of what needs to happen, but progress along this vision has so far been disappointing. We lack the inner capacity to deal with our increasingly complex environment and challenges. Fortunately, research shows that inner work can develop our capabilities. In this workshop we will learn more about how inner development can enable the change we need.
Welcome to a workshop led by Michael Wernstedt, Chief Operating Officer, Inner Development Goals. Michael is a social entrepreneur and lawyer. He has built up and served as secretary general of Raoul Wallenberg Academy (RWA). RWA empowers over 20,000 young people to make a difference each year, through leadership training and school projects focused on how to stand up for Human Rights. Michael was co-founder and party leader of the political party the Initiative. A value-based and process-oriented party with the ambition to create a new political culture by inviting the public to co-create the policy.
This free event is a pre-event for the Leading Complexity program starting September 22. If this session sounds exciting and you want to stay up to date as a leader in a complex environment, check out the complete leadingcomplexity.com.