Mapping the Mystery: Philosophies of Change

A monthly conversation series about integrative mental models that orient us to the unknown.

 Upcoming Dates: April 12 and May 17. Time: 11-1 pm PST, 2-4 pm EST, 8-10 pm CET

Throughout time people have used theoretical frameworks to navigate uncertainty and make sense of the mystery, like David did above regarding visual practice.

In this new series David Sibbet, founder of Grove Consultants International and co-founder of The GLEN, will talk to inspiring colleagues about mental models they rely on to orient to the unknown. These interactive sessions will be graphically facilitated. In addition to leaving the session with better understanding for their own journey, participants will also receive a map of the model that was discussed. 

Upcoming conversations include Heiko Veit on the STAGES International developmental model; Joran Oppelt on Integral Theory; Gisela Wendling on her Liminal Pathways Model;  and Firehawk Hulin on the Medicine Wheel. Scroll down to register for our upcoming conversations. 

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Heiko Veit on STAGES Developmental Model 

April 12, 11-1 pm PST/2-4 pm EST/8-10 pm CET

 With trained intuition and conceptual clarity, Heiko Veit designs developmental spaces for asking better questions and finding more effective answers. Whether he is working with organizations or individuals, his aim is to address underlying causes instead of working on symptoms so he can accompany development and initiate transformation. He is currently working on a translation of the Stages Model into German and is very conversant about developmental models in general.

Register for April 14 Stages Conversation

Coming in May:

Joran Oppelt on Integral Theory

May 17 11-1 pm PST/2-4 pm EST/8-10 pm CET

In addition to being CEO of, Joran is an international speaker, author and consultant with certifications in coaching, storytelling, design thinking and virtual facilitation. He has been a serious student of Ken Wilbur's Integral Theory, which works in the background of his thinking.  He leads game-changing meetings for clients and has trained other facilitators to drive transformation and alignment, delivering “great reckonings in small rooms.”

He is the co-author of Facilitation: A Human-Centered Guide to the Art of Collaboration; The Visual Meetings Field Guide: How to Facilitate Great Meetings with Amazing Teams; Visionary Leadership: How to Live Your Strategy, Create New Habits, and Inspire Your Team; and contributing author of The Creativity Workbook for Coaches and Creatives.

Register for May 17- Integral Theory Conversation

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If you subscribe to the entire twelve-month series, you'll save $100 and gain access to twelve recorded sessions and accompanying materials. Or, for less than half the cost, you can join the GLEN and gain free access to this series and many more offerings throughout the year. 

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