Are you charged with bringing people together to solve a problem or lead a change?
Is part of your role trying to get the ‘best’ out of people and teams?
Would you like to energise people to adapt and evolve their current ways to become more innovative?
Liberating Structures (LS) can help make it happen and help you break through boring meeting norms. You are invited to a highly engaging, experiential learning 3 day workshop, facilitated by the co-founder of Liberating Structures, Keith McCandless. Visiting from the USA, Keith will guide us through what for a growing number of organisations and communities has proven to be a revolutionary way of helping groups work together and get great things done. Workshop information available at this website.
Liberating Structures are a set of 33 practical how-to methods to help you include and unleash everyone —particularly team members —in contributing their ideas in a safe, productive, and fun way. Liberating Structures introduce tiny shifts in the way we meet, plan, decide and relate to one another – and these tiny shifts are deceptively simple and easy-to-learn! No expensive investments, complicated training, or shifts in formal structure required.
Inspired by complexity science and developed by Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless, LS helps you address some of the most challenging aspects of working in groups and organisations to manage change.
Each structure offers an alternative to conventional ways of facilitating, leading, or working with groups. The specificity of the Liberating Structures makes it possible for anyone to take responsibility for inviting groups to make progress on and face up to their most entangled & complex challenges. Inspired by insights from complexity science, innovation methods, artists, and scientists, Liberating Structures simplify and make accessible many of the approaches usually reserved for specialist facilitators, creative designers, or charismatic leaders.