7-10 December 2018 | Montreal
The Future of Work is Human is proud to present our first Collaborative Practice Intensive - a 3.5 day retreat in one of the most beautiful centres in Quebec for people who are ready to reach their next level of mastery in collaboration.
These retreats will offer :
a reflective (and reflexive) space to deepen your collaboration practice, gaining understanding of what your strengths, biases, blindspots and tendencies are.
a container to have critical conversations about the purpose and ethics of collaboration around the themes of inclusion and relationship-based ways of working
The Space Between Us will be an emergent agenda co-created by the participants. We'll start by diving into a discovery process to understand each other, why we're here and how we might serve the space between us in the most valuable and meaningful way.
Acknowledging that there are different levels of needs for participants, we've come up with two different packages for registration. If you feel like you need something else, we're happy to design that with you and negotiate a price. There are 11 places available for this retreat.
+ SELF-HOSTING [$350]
Suited for people who are familiar with co-creation and collective intelligence practices, confident to help hold the container for this event and bring their expertise to share. This price covers accommodation, food and a small overhead for logistics.
+ LIVING LEARNER [$575]
Suited for people who are looking for support in structuring their learning journey for the retreat and integration of these learnings back into their work context post-retreat. This price covers accommodation, food and a small overhead for logistics, plus a Zoom call before the retreat to understand learning objectives (and ensue they're woven into the retreat program), and two follow-up coaching sessions to talk through integrating the knowledge and practices post-retreat.
Note : We've kept the prices affordable to encourage participation from a diversity of people. There is no facilitation fee. If you wish to make a gift towards this event and the people running it by paying more (before or after the event) that is of course welcome.
Chloe has spent the past six years on the design challenge of creating the organization form that's equipped to solve the world's most wicked problems. From Enspiral in New Zealand, to IO Collective in Europe, to Percolab in Montreal, she's been a leading part of the world's most innovative experiments in the future of work. Her conclusion? The most impactful organizations are those that give focus to creating a human-centred culture; developing people into new levels of empathy, cooperation and co-creativity.
Ludovic is a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) coach with a background in software development. His strong passion for the principle of interconnectedness has taken him on an adventurous path from lecturing at the University of Sherbrooke, to seeking enlightenment to India and bringing collective and emotional intelligence to the workplace through Agile methodologies and principles. Today he puts all these learnings in the service of professionals and organizations so that people can craft an energizing and meaningful work experience together. One of growth, purpose, achievement and belonging.
Dates - begins 6pm Friday 7 December, finishes 5pm Monday 10 December.
Location - Yoga Salamandre, 151 chemin Brady, Knowlton, QC
(1 hour from Montreal)
Accommodation - there are double rooms (for couples), 2-bed rooms and one 5-bed room. Please indicate your preference when you register and we will do our best to meet it! We ask that you bring your own sheets and towels if possible.
Food - will be vegetarian / vegan with breakfast, lunch and supper provided each day. Feel free to bring snacks to share and let us know if if you have any dietary restrictions.
Language - translation support is available between english and french so each person can speak freely in their first language.
Movement - Yoga, Qi-gong and movement classes will also be available, facilitated by Ludovic Lebel, if requested as part of this experience.