MaRS Global Leadership - Revolutionizing how we work together
Monday, April 15, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
Group work is becoming increasingly common in the business world.
But how do we make our work in teams and meetings as efficient and as effective as possible? Leading theories of organizational development offer multiple ways of viewing group dynamics. Together, they provide a set of tools to help foster better outcomes in all types of group situations. Examples of these tools include the chaordic design process, trust theory and process-oriented psychology.
Join us and be ready to discuss your thorniest group challenge. You’ll have the chance to work with others to see your situation from different perspectives. You’ll leave this interactive session keen to revolutionize your work in groups!
Part of the MaRS Global Leadership Series
Kate Sutherland is an author and social entrepreneur who helps community organizations be more innovative and effective. As a consultant, trainer and coach, she has helped hundreds of leaders and organizations be more nimble, resilient and aligned with their core purpose. As well, Kate is the regional director for the program,
“What’s Your Tree?” in British Columbia, co-founder of the “Two Block Diet,” and founder of the Daphne Lane Plastics Recycling Depot—all grassroots citizen engagement strategies.
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MaRS Discovery District
MaRS (www.marsdd.com) is a large scale, mission driven innovation centre located in Toronto and networked across Ontario, focused on building Canada’s next generation of technology companies.
MaRS works closely with entrepreneurs to grow and scale their ventures into global market leaders in life sciences and health care, information, communications and entertainment technologies, cleantech, advanced materials and engineering, as well as innovative social purpose businesses.