This meeting was a regular Knowledge Café that David Gurteen held especially for NetIKX members. We heard David set out the reasons he felt the world had changed beyond all recognition since the second world war. He listed the familiar story of the internet, transport advances, global finances and social media but also more unexpected aspects that give our world a new complexity. Then he invited us into break-out groups to share our own ideas on this fascinating topic. After a break, David focused our attention on his favoured area of expertise; the need for new leadership styles and the power of conversation. He was very clear that people did not need a title of leader to develop the power of leadership. We joined second break-outs to take our networking further. Then we shared ideas in a stimulating plenary. The meeting showed the value of the Knowledge Café approach, but also was a masterclass in using Zoom as the communication media. NetIKX will take the ideas and the methods forward for the future.
David Gurteen is a writer, speaker, and conversational facilitator. The focus of his work is Conversational Leadership – a style of working where we appreciate the power of conversation and take a conversational approach to the way that we connect, relate, learn and work with each other. He is the creator of the Knowledge Café – a conversational process to bring a group of people together to learn from each other, build relationships and make a better sense of a rapidly changing, complex, less predictable world. He has facilitated hundreds of Knowledge Cafés and workshops in over 30 countries around the world over the past 20 years. He is also the founder of the Gurteen Knowledge Community – a global network of over 20,000 people in 160 countries. Currently, he is writing an online book on Conversational Leadership. You can join a Knowledge Café if you consult his website.
Time and Venue
2pm on 20th May 2020, The British Dental Association, 64 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YS
Pre Event Information
The seminar was announced via the NetIKX website and explained that the seminar would be presented using the Zoom platform.
There were no Tweets from this meeting as we got used to our new ‘Zoom’ format.
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