With Kenneth Gergen
Based on his new book “Relational Being – beyond self and community” (2009)
Ken Gergen will focus on how he thinks that recent developments in social
constructionist thinking can inform and expand our thinking and our practices.
The workshop will focus on theoretical developments – and how these can expand
ways of working with leadership and organizational development.
This workshop is part of the
sponsored by MacMann Berg in collaboration with Taos Institute
exiting series of workshops with Sheila McNamee, Harlene Anderson, Karl Tomm,
Kenneth Gergen and Carsten Hornstrup. Ideal for experienced systemic managers
and consultants who want to get inspiration and the latest insights, develop
their systemic practice and gain access to an exciting network.
Continuing the successful partnership from the Constructing Worlds
Conference, MacMann Berg and Taos Institute invite you to join our MASTER SERIES
which is a workshop series for managers and consultants experienced in and
inspired by systemic and social constructionist thinking. You will have a unique
opportunity to develop and sharpen your systemic and constructionist thinking in
a way that can improve your practice - today and in the future. By meeting a
number of the most inspiring thinkers and practitioners within the field, you
can sustain and develop your own and your organization’s knowledge of systemic
and constructionist theory and practice.
As a participant you
Develop and sharpen your systemic and constructionist theory and
Create new practices through knowledge sharing and inspiration with
presenters and participants
Become part of a strong network of systemic and
Be introduced to new literature and
inspirational material from the speakers
Series is a cohesive course made up of four one-day workshops featuring
inspiring international speakers. You can choose to attend all workshops at a
reduced price or pick the one(s), which is of most interest to you. Carsten
Hornstrup from MacMann Berg will lead us through all the workshops and create
the connections between the theoretical input, experiences from abroad and a
Danish organizational context.
Copenhagen (venue to be
published in due time)
One workshop 420 Euro + VAT (includes
literature and meals)
All four workshops 1.410 Euro + VAT (includes
literature and meals)
25% Discount for Taos Institute Associates and
Taos/Tilburg PhD Students and MacMann Berg Students.
information and to register:
Graven 25B Nyhavn 43, 2. sal
8000 Århus C 1051 København K
13 44 70 26 82 42