Healthy Organizations in a Healthy World – Your Role?

Monday, Aug 3 2015
with
Kathryn Goldman Schuyler

Kathryn will share with us insights into organizational health from interviews and conversations with key OD thinkers Ed Schein, Margaret Wheatley, Peter Senge, Robert Quinn, and Otto Scharmer. She gathered the information over the past year for her forthcoming book.

TAKEAWAYS:
– Insight into your own current situation
– One or two next steps for you to create a healthier organization
– Clarity about what you want to do and be with regard to the deepest meanings of personal and world health

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Event Location: BROADCOM – located at 190 Mathilda Place in Downtown Sunnyvale
(Downloadable map – SBODN Sunnyvale Event Location)
Safe underground parking and light snack provided
CONTINUE TO CONNECT: Walk to post event social hour at Turmeric on Murphy Ave.

Want to Avoid Traffic? – Only 2 blocks from Sunnyvale CalTrain station
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OD can help create organizations that contribute to a healthy world!  How healthy is your organization/work place? Is your work contributing to a healthier you and a healthier world? How often do you and your co-workers feel valued? You spend almost half your life working; wouldn’t you prefer a vibrant, healthy atmosphere?

Each of these wise thought leaders has contributed so much to us all: Kathryn has brought them together to revitalize our OD awareness of the central importance of organizational health.
She’ll share her research and involve you in probing dialogue so you can more clearly see your own priorities on these core questions. As Kathryn is a globally certified Feldenkrais practitioner, we will also explore how intuitions about our health and learning are based in our bodies.

About the speaker:

Kathryn Goldman Schuyler, Consultant and Professor of Organization Development, California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)

Kathryn is a sociologist, organizational consultant, and educator supporting leaders and graduate students in moving with awareness through challenging change. She has helped hundreds of executives to cultivate healthy organizations and views her current passion as helping graduate students to make the changes they want in their lives. Kathryn is the author of INNER PEACE—GLOBAL IMPACT: Tibetan Buddhism, Leadership, and Work (IAP-2012) and editor of Leading with Spirit, Presence, and Authenticity (Jossey-Bass/Wiley – 2014).

Specialties: Mindfulness and leadership – Presencing – Culture Change – Executive Coaching.

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/03/2015
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location
Broadcom