Wed, June 14, 9 - 10:30 am PST/12-1:30 pm EST/6-7:30 pm CET
This conversation is part of Mapping The Mystery, our monthly series exploring mental models that help us navigate the unknown.
Gisela Wendling, Vice President of Global Learning at Grove Consultants International, developed the Liminal Pathways Change Framework to help clients and organizations design change, orient to its three basic phases, and activate the dynamic interplay between inner process and outer support that unlocks the potential of uncertain times. In this conversation with David Sibbet, she’ll explain how this framework applies to individuals, organizations, and even larger social systems.
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