Going Horizontal International Training

PRACTICE THE REVOLUTION OF WORKING NON-HIERARCHICALLY FOR ANYONE CALLED TO CONTRIBUTE TO UNLEASHING HUMAN POTENTIAL IN OUR WAYS OF WORKING

30

PARTICIPANTS

6

INTERNATIONAL GUIDES

2.5

DAYS

Going Horizontal is a hands-on collection of tools, insights and practices for anyone who wants to build the workplace of the future now.

BUSINESS AS USUAL IS NOT AN OPTION ANYMORE.

Facing the challenges and complexity of the 21st century demands new approaches. The age of industrial, top-down, command and control systems is over. Let’s accelerate the transformation.

We’re being called to fundamentally shift the way we work and live together. This means shifting into a personal leadership for all culture, creating the conditions for innovation and breaking through our silo habits.

Most likely, you are already working horizontally in different ways. This training will strengthen, accelerate and deepen what you have begun. You will learn practices that can help where you are stuck.

Shifting mindsets is your biggest lever of system change.  Let’s invest in doing this well.

This training is for you if you want to clarify and strengthen the way you bring more horizontal practices into your department, organization or group.

Join a growing local and international community engaging in changing the modus operandi of our organizations.

Meet your allies in this work, the people and organizations who are committed like you to work and live non-hierarchically.

Learn how to work with your role or position to support everyone’s personal leadership.

This training takes place at a very special site – the biology research field station of the University of Montreal

Exceptionally the station is opening this winter for us – 16k2 of pristine land and 14 lakes with snowshoes for all.

“On this land we can only be authentic.” – Roxanne Maranger, Director

 

COSTS

You have two options for payment. Please choose according to your situation and interest. All payment includes the training (1 trainer per 5 participants), the lodging, meals cooked by local chef (with vegetarian options) and access to leisure equipment.

1) Traditional pricing.
Register and pay the list price ahead of time.
Full price of $1150 and not-for profit rate is $850 (plus taxes)

2) Shared economy
Shared economy is a system that allows you to self-determine how much you pay and to partake in the budget responsibility. It requires an initial payment, to cover minimal costs, in this case $400 (plus tax) for a residential training. At the event, you will be invited to make a second payment based on your financial context, information on the event budget and your experience of the training.

Please note, for those participants who are also attending the Practice for Peace Dojo that begins on February 15th, it is possible to register to stay an extra night of free time at the Biology Field Station in between the two events.

A TRAINING TEAM WHO WALKS THE TALK

Interchange Tomo in Denmark and Percolab in Canada and Europe are more than profit companies who have been living horizontal cultures for many years – with their local and global client work, in the way they do business and in their internal operations.

Samantha Slade, Co-founder Percolab, Quebec and ECTO coworking

Social designer and author of Going Horizontal,  Samantha works locally and internationally to support teams, organizations and ecosystems to grow their horizontal ways. Samantha pioneers culture-driven practices and operational tools for the future of work. TEDx speaker.

Monica Nissen, Co-founder InterChange Tomo, Denmark

International Training & Process Consultant  Monica Nissén has helped organizations and stakeholder processes work horizontally for over 25 years.  Monica´s special focus has been “learning ecology”, that is to harvest the results of collaborative work so that the collective wisdom and insights can be captured and put to good use

Nadine Jouanen – Co-founder Percolab France
Bringing 25 years of experience with collaborative processes, training, and organizational change, Nadine’s recent work has been to support the french government to develop new legal frameworks, cocreatively, to face the reality of rising coast lines. Nadine is also President of the Collective des Garrigues.

Stephanie Bossé –  Percolab Quebec
As a certified HR professional, coming from the health sector, Stéphanie has worked extensively with executives. With a background in both Business Administration and Appreciative Inquiry, Stephanie champions collaborative organizational ways.

Paul Messer – Percolab Quebec
Paul contributes to participatory leadership practice by bringing design thinking and user experience to everyday life and work, Creator of the Visual Thinking Lab to support working in complexity and business strategy. Paul has worked with the European Commission, indigenous communities and multi-nationals.

Toke Moeller  – Co founder InterChange Tomo, Denmark
Long time participatory leadership process consultant of large scale change work, Toke, is one of the a co-creators of The Art of Hosting, The flow game, The Practising for Peace dojo and Designing for wiser action. Toke supports and builds capacity in and for leaders around the world in discovering more of who they are – as human beings and helps them base their leadership and work in that, regardless of circumstance – in service of peaceful co existence and well being for all.

Nil Roda-Naccari Noguera – Contributor at Percolab Spain, Board Member and Project Coordinator for Fundació Naccari Ravà
With a decade of experience leading and coaching youth internationally, Nil knows how to catalyze trust and human connection in teams. Since 2014, Nil focuses on facilitating workshops, meetings and retreats for organizations wanting to transition from being “machines that work” to “thriving living organisms”. Nil’s background in community, music and social sciences,  influences his workin agile idea generation, crystalizes multi-stakeholder proposals and turn work into love made visible.

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Hourly Schedule

Welcome and introduction

18h - 19h
Dinner
19h - 20h
Welcome and collective checkin in
20h - 21h
Introduction to the 7 domains of practice

Diving into non-hierarchical practices

7h - 8h
Personal practices (optional)
8h - 9h
Breakfast
9h - 12h
Autonomy, Purpose and Co-managed meetings
12h - 13h
Lunch
13h - 14h
Open Space + coaching
14h - 17h
Transparency and shared decision making
17h - 18h
Open Space + Coaching
18h - 19h
Supper
19h30 - 21h30
Inspirational tales of non-hierarchical journies
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Moving forward in your context

7h - 8h
Personal practice (optional)
8h - 9h
Breakfast
9h - 12h
Learning and development + Relationships and Conflict
12h - 13h
Lunch
13h - 14h
Coaching + Open Space
14h - 16h30
Pro-action café
16h30 - 17h
Checkout

Date

Feb 12 2019 - Feb 14 2019

Time

18 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min

Location

Biology station of Laurentides
592 Chemin du Lac Croche, J8A 3K9

Organizer

Percolab Quebec

Other Organizers

Interchange TOMO