Leading a business is increasingly complex. It’s a constant challenge to keep up with the accelerated advancement of digital technologies in our organizations and our ways of doing business.

In pace with this exponential change and complexity is a growing desire for simplicity. Shortcuts that help us understand and implement what needs to be done. At the same time, experience and common sense tell us that there are no easy answers.

Leadership has never been easy. There’s never been a one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter solution for moving businesses forward. It’s always been a flexible balancing act with an ever-changing set of parameters. The difference now is that it’s all happening faster than ever before.

The format’s easy to take in, but the content is full of hard truths. The simple fact is there are no quick fixes to the problems of complexity. But there are proven leadership tools, methods, and perspectives to help you keep your eyes on the prize.


10-week series of online master classes, starting October 2024. Attend each 90-minute class live or view the recording afterward. See the schedule

Who Should Attend?

This program is for C-suite, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business angels, and everyone who likes to glimpse the future way of leading a company to thrive in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world.


Please visit leadingcomplexity.com to register. If you sign up now you get access to last year’s recorded sessions.


Join us each week for 90 minutes of inspiration and insight with:

Woody Zuill – Software Teaming (Mob Programming) – addressing complexity with genuine collaboration.
Tue Oct. 29, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Woody Zuill has been programming computers for 40+ years, and works as an Agile and Lean Guide.  His team originated the Mob Programming approach to teamwork in software development and he is considered one of the founders of the ”#NoEstimates” discussion.
He believes that all modern knowledge work requires collaboration, and that we benefit greatly from “turning up the good” on our ability to work well as a team.
Erin Meyer – No Rules Rules: Developing a culture that breeds innovation and flexibility
Thu Nov 21, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Erin Meyer is the co-author, with Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, of the New York Times best-selling book: No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention. She is also the author of The Culture Map and a professor at INSEAD. In 2021, Erin was selected by the Thinkers50 as one of the fifty most influential business thinkers in the world. She is originally from the US but has lived in Paris for the last 20 year.
Peter Block – Leader as Convener
Thu Oct. 24, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Peter Block is an author and citizen of Cincinnati, Ohio. He is partner in Designed Learning, a training company that offers workshops designed to build the skills outlined in his books.
His books include Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, Community, The Abundant Community, and An Other Kingdom. Peter is a founder of the Common Good Collective, and is part of the Cincinnati Common Good Alliance. He served on the board of directors of LivePerson, a provider of online engagement solutions.
His work is in the restoration of the common good and creating a world that reclaims our humanity from the onslaught of modernism.
Marc O’Sullivan – Title will be announced later
Tue Nov. 26, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Mark is currently an Associate professor and researcher at The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences applies complexity theory to sports education and organizations.
He is a Doctor of Philosophy, Coach, Coach educator, Researcher, and former DJ, Music producer, and recording artist
Bonnitta Roy
Bonnitta Roy – Thinking with Complexity: Post Formal Actors, Protocols, and Complex Potential States
Thu Oct. 10, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Bonnitta Roy is an international award winning author, presenter and trainer. She is the creator of the OPO – Open Participatory Organization and Founder of APP Associates International (now C-LABS) . She is the author  of the popular medium publications ‘Our Future at Work’. She is currently working on new ways to understand complexity, particularly through the lenses of post-formal actors, action protocols and complex potential states.
Bonnitta catalyzes insight and capacity building in teams through a unique approach that draws on her mastery of energy cultivation (Qigong) and integrates it with modern research in neuroscience, cognitive development and consciousness. This work has been cited as a leading edge practice in several academic journals. Bonnitta hosts The POP-UP School – a learning community focused on post-conventional ways of thinking.
Esther Derby – 5 Keys for Leading in Complexity
Thu Nov. 7, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Esther Derby draws on four decades of experience leading, observing, and living organizational change. She works with a broad array of organizations. Her clients include both startups and Fortune 500 companies. Based on experience and research, her approach blends attention to humans and deep knowledge of complex adaptive systems. Esther has been called one of the most influential voices within the agile communities when it comes to developing organizations, coaching teams, and transforming management. Her work over many years has influenced coaches and leaders across many companies.
Nand Kishore Chaudhary (NKC) – The Journey of Jaipur Rugs
Fri Oct. 18, 2024 at 13:00 – 14:30 CET/CEST

Nand Kishore Chaudhary, a globally acclaimed social entrepreneur, is the founder of Jaipur Rugs, one of India’s largest manufacturers of hand knotted rugs and is often referred to as ‘Gandhi of the Carpet Industry’.

 Mr Chaudhary has also been termed as ‘father of modern social enterprises’ by Prof. Jagdish N. Sheth from Emory University, USA. Sheth said, “Jaipur Rugs has become a role model, that business can serve society and at the same time … can be a
capitalistic institution”.
Jos de Blok – Title will be announced later
Thu Nov. 14, 2024 at 17:00 – 18:30 CET/CEST

Jos de Blok is the founder and CEO of Buurtzorg (neighborhood nursing), a Dutch organization with more than 15,000 employees, offering community based (home) care services to more than 80,000 patients annually. Founded in 2006 with a team of four nurses, Buurtzorg has transformed home-based healthcare and has created an innovative method for nursing care at home. Before establishing Buurtzorg, Jos had several senior management positions in home care organizations, including the Director of Innovations for medical services.
The speaker will be revealed later
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