Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
Join Saybrook University on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at The HUB Seattle, for a presentation and dialogue with special guest, Carol Sanford. In her presentation, Re-imagining Work to Create The Responsible Society: From 'Shareholder' Ownership to 'Shared-Owner' Ownership, Ms. Sanford will share her current thinking about the ways we structure work, how we create collaborative cultures, and the impact these decisions have in society.
She will analyze such issues as:
- Why even the most progressive, mission-driven companies still replicate hierarchical structures and alienating organizational cultures.
- Why, even with access to powerful technologies to enable collaboration, we haven't yet learned how to truly collaborate.
- What are the blind spots that keep us replicating old patterns.
- What is required to fully embody in our professional and organizational practices the most current understanding of complex living systems.
Following the presentation, there will be social time to meet and network with Saybrook faculty, students, and alumni over free refreshments. This event is free, but reservations are required. Please visit our website to complete the RSVP form.
About Carol Sanford
Carol Sanford is founder and CEO of The Responsible Entrepreneur Institute, an education and research community for "big promise entrepreneurs" who want to change industry, social systems, cultural paradigms, and governance infrastructure through business. She is the author of the multi-award winning book, The Responsible Business: Reimagining Sustainability and Success (Jossey Bass 2011), and The Responsible Entrepreneur: Four Business Archetypes You Must Use to Change Anything (Winter 2013). She has collaborated with some extraordinary entrepreneurs in making long-term changes, which she highlights in her books, blogs, and videos.
About the School of Organizational Leadership & Transformation
The School of Organizational Leadership & Transformation is dedicated to developing leaders and change agents for the 21st century. Its programs are grounded in systems theory and practice, enriched by Saybrook's long humanistic tradition, and intensely targeted to real-world applications. OLT programs allow working professionals to begin applying what they learn now, instead of waiting until after they graduate. The LIOS residential masters program in Seattle, Leadership & Organization Development, is part of OLT.
Saybrook University is a regionally-accredited, nonprofit graduate institution grounded in a 40+ year history of humanistic scholarship that has empowered students to find their life’s work and achieve their full potential. Saybrook offers you a broad range of master’s and doctoral online and residential program choices in the fields of Leadership and Organizational Transformation, Mind-Body Medicine, Clinical Psychology, and Psychology and Interdisciplinary Inquiry. Experiential learning and professional training are integral components of the transformative education offered through Saybrook’s programs.