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Leading Deeply: using your leadership to enhance the relationships you have...

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We are excited to invite you to a training and learning event unlike anything you have experienced before.


This laboratory has been co-created by:

  • brap, a charity transforming the way we think about and do equality
  • the Deep Democracy Institute (DDI), an international think tank active in the USA, Europe, East Africa, and Asia


The Deep Democracy Institute is at the forefront of supporting diverse and explicit leadership cultures through the promotion of deep democracy. Deep democracy is a collaborative, multi-stakeholder approach in which individual and professional development, community development, and fresh, candid dialogue between ALL stakeholders in our society are considered in a comprehensive change process led by everyone.


This approach offers a fresh and new perspective to responding to longstanding challenges. Deep Democracy has had an enormous impact in many areas over the last twenty years. The concept of Deep Democracy is now being used by many scientists, social activists, politicians, psychologists, and organizational development communities. Several politicians have also started to use the concept, including the US consumer rights czar Ralph Nader, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.


This training/learning lab introduces new leadership approaches for facilitating public discussions, inter-organizational dialogue and organization, and personal skills to enhance your leadership inside your own world, and across what, at times, appears to be a chasm between the various worlds within our city.

You will learn, experience, and try out:

  • this facilitation model for multi-stakeholder dialogue, learn new communication approaches across organizational, ethnic, and class divisions
  • effective conflict resolution methods in one-to-one relationships and teams
  • working with rank differences in teams and organizations: you'll learn how to make your leadership more impactful in black and minority ethnic (BME) communities, government services, BME businesses, as well as rank differences within your own team and organization
  • Deep Democracy Mentorship (how to work with yourself, and how to mentor others to stay cool and centred in the midst of the rapids of change)


FORMAT

The format is interactive, including mini-presentations, personal reflection, large group process, and relationship work in pairs.

It is a hybrid event between training while at the same time practising and experimenting with new approaches to adapt them to your own situation and personal and cultural values. We encourage people to have fun whilst also thinking creatively about how they could apply their learning in their own lives and organisations.


DATES

This is a three-day event:

  • Fri 27 October, 10am-5pm
  • Sat 28 October, 10am-5pm
  • Sun 29 October, 10am-1pm


COSTS

Cost for the three days is just £265. There are only 30 places available. Please note refreshments will be included – but not lunch!

There are some bursaries available for this programme as we would like to make this unique event open for as many people as possible. To apply for a bursary please email joyw@brap.org.uk.

Payment can be made through Eventbrite when booking your tickets. If you would prefer to be invoiced for payment, however, please order your tickets by emailing rahelah@brap.org.uk.

For more information about brap go to www.brap.org.uk.

For more information about the Deep Democracy Institute www.deepdemocracyinstitute.org.

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