Discover the highest future possibility – for you and your group
About the webinar: Heart > Head > Hand. U Theory offers a simple framework which connects our heart’s desire to our hand of action moderated by the wisdom of our head.Virtual
About the webinar: Heart > Head > Hand. U Theory offers a simple framework which connects our heart’s desire to our hand of action moderated by the wisdom of our head. It is grounded, lives in the real world and leads to practical action which is good for all.
Apart from presenting some key ideas, Martin Farrell will also be regularly inviting you, dear participants, to add your wisdom and reflections, whether you know a lot about U Theory or nothing. Within the clear structure he will provide, we will co-create this session together, as indeed we create our groups, organisations, communities. Here are some things you’ll be hearing more about during this 90 minute session as you move toward discovering your highest future possibility
- Every day we all create a world in which most of us get things we don’t want – we can change that!
- ‘The success of an intervention depends on the interior condition of the intervenor’
- Something is decaying and exhausting itself while something else, still indistinct, is rising from the rubble
- Lead from the emerging future
- From ego to eco; Let go … let come
- Articulate your intention, then discover a form
- Blame, denial, destruction or curiosity compassion courage - you choose
Martin’s intention is that at the end of the session you will leave with a smile and will know enough to be hungry for more.\
About the Facilitator:
Martin Farrell CPF is now in his 6th decade of engagement with civil society organisations in the UK and internationally. He has extensive experience as a coach, moderator and facilitator of system change and organisational development processes, conferences, meetings and groups large and small. Whilst enjoying many large international engagements over the last 20 years with bodies such as the UN Climate Change Secretariat, he is just as comfortable working with small local community groups.
He was IAF Regional Director (Europe, Middle East, North Africa) of the IAF for three years to December 2015, project managed the transition of the IAF Methods Library into its current platform and facilitated the Association’s annual global board meetings in 2016 and 2017.