A Unique event and workshop on leadership for systems change titled “Design and leadership for results: social and environmental well-being in a thriving world” at WWF Auditorium, WWF, 172 B, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi from 13 to 15 February 2014
To build a world based on the values of equality and justice, we need new leadership capacities; to think differently, plan strategically and act on principles with accountability. These new capacities must be able to completely align principles, purpose and practice to build a better world.
This workshop will provide you with tools to expand your reach and impact to lead your work and projects to make a difference in the world. It offers the opportunity for established or budding leaders from the media, government, civil society, public and private sector to explore issues that can transform your work, organisations and initiatives to focusing on social and environmental well-being for results with systemic change.
We are extremely fortunate to have Dr. Monica Sharma, Tata Chair Visiting Professor, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), a world-class facilitator and former Director, Leadership and Capacity Development, United Nations, to conduct this workshop. Her capacity to foster leadership and design large scale projects to source commitment and deliver tangible results is globally recognised.
All sessions are interactive, engaging participants actively. The consultation will not provide prescriptive solutions – rather, it will challenge each of us to delve deep into our being; and generate new, breakthrough ideas, sourcing our abilities to envision a new future, commit ourselves to action and acquire the skills to attain this future.
A background note with further details of the workshop with the purpose and objectives of the workshop and a profile of Dr. Monica Sharma is enclosed. Please also find attached a short application form to be filled with this mail
This workshop is being run on a not-for-profit basis, and the funds raised by the participant fees are to compensate for the organising costs of this programme. The workshop costs cover workshop material, Lunch and Tea/Coffee during the three days of the workshop.
Please also note that the programme fees should not be a barrier for attending the workshop.
Please send all further communication to my colleague Mr. Muthu kumaran, firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: +91 9958346909
Please confirm your participation latest by 5th February 2014.