Can We Evolve New Methods of Collaboration?
The GLEN was sparked by Alan Briskin, a senior organization consultant, seeing that the organizational development theory and dialogic practices of Gisela Wendling, Ph.D. could combine with the visual facilitation, teaming and strategy practices developed by David Sibbet, founder of The Grove Consultants International to take the field to a new level of capability. They invited a small group of like-minded colleagues to explore what might be possible if they formed a collaborative learning community dedicated to a combination of personal development and collective action.
The Global Learning & Exchange Network (GLEN) is now a non-profit, peer-learning community for anyone leading change. Upgrading entrenched systems, or creating new ones, is hard and often lonely work. It’s only natural to sometimes feel overwhelmed, or doubt progress, or dance with despair. You don’t have to navigate your challenges and breakthroughs alone. We invite you to join The GLEN, a global community of dynamic, intentional, creative peers who share your commitment to evolution. Experience for yourself what it’s like to lean into inquiry, tap into collective wisdom, share your insights with those who need them, and evolve in community.