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Systems thinking and systems convening for carbon capture

20 July, 2022

Advanced Workshop

EVENT POSTPONED TO JULY 2022 - TBD

About This Advanced Workshop

This workshop, facilitated by Benjamin Taylor and Laura Griffiths of Red Quadrant, will be a dynamic exploration into what systems thinking can offer in creating a more integrated, and collaborative vision within the field of carbon capture. We will focus on these main areas:

This workshop will be capped to 25 attendees to allow deep support and engagement.

Workshop facilitators

Speakers

  • Benjamin Taylor
    Benjamin Taylor
    Red Quadrant

    Benjamin Taylor, Managing Partner at the public sector consultant, RedQuadrant talks about his formative days using instinct to make improvements as a manager in an advice centre in Shepherd’s Bush, running prototypes in Hillingdon, whether Chief Executives are the best people to manage change, if consultants are evil and much more.

    He has been working in the systems thinking / change / leadership / convening space for over 15 years, and he’s a Fellow and board member of the Cybernetics Society and Advanced Systems Practitioner with SCiO. He teaches and shares about systems | complexity | cybernetics as well as using those approaches in his work at RedQuadrant and the Public Service Transformation Academy (which he leads), and supporting organisations like Coeuraj (www.coeuraj.com)

  • Laura Griffiths
    Laura Griffiths
    Red Quadrant

    Laura Griffiths is an Associate Consultant at RedQuadrant Ltd and in that time has fulfilled a broad range of duties related to change and transformation management, consultancy, training and support, and programme development.

    Laura is a dynamic, agile facilitator with a lot of experience of online workshops, who (amongst many other things) has been supporting SCiO (www.systemspractice.org) with the development of a post-graduate level Systems Thinking Practitioner Apprenticeship.

Participants will leave with:

Limited spaces for the workshop. Reserve your place

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