"We lack the inner capacity to deal with our increasingly complex environment and challenges. Fortunately, modern research shows that the inner abilities we now all need can be developed. This was the starting point for the 'Inner Development Goals' initiative."
Join fellow professionals, change leaders, and food and wine aficionados as we explore how the symbiotic relationships that create the complex flavors and textures of Umami-rich foods can inspire personal and organizational growth.
We’ll ground this understanding with a lively discussion around the Inner Development Goals, a philosophical framework for preparing humanity for real, sustainable change. We’ll work together to break down the usefulness of this open-source global model to facilitate achieving significant progress for ourselves and our communities.
How can the IDGs help us have better conversations about barriers and opportunities? Needs and challenges?
In larger discussions, reflections and small group/pair conversations, let’s break down the usefulness of this open-source global model to facilitate achieving significant progress for ourselves and our communities.
Check: Discuss first reactions, accessibility, relevance, and tone
Apply: Define and practice using the framework for self and situation diagnosis
Lead: Design and practice activities to bring IDG dialogue to teams
Operate: Identify measures and metrics to baseline and target
Collaborating at Scale with the IDGs
When: Wednesday September 20, 2023 5:30-8:30pm
Where: Elsom Cellars, Seattle (SODO)
Educational/workshop content: 2 professional development hours
Topics: leadership, change management, P/P/P/PM, innovation, sustainability
Theme: Putting the UN Inner Development Goals to work to get it done.
Taste exploration: Synergy of umami in food and wine