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Cape Town, 9 June – Use of self/presence in working across boundaries of race, class and gender

‘Use of self/presence in working across boundaries of race, class and gender’ In the past 10 years, Chantelle Wylie has worked extensively in the South African public sector, coaching and consulting to across various branches of government. Chantelle’s practice addre
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Applying Empathy, Cape Town 12 May

Relationships are a pillar of OD work.  When people gel naturally, all is good.  But what of those tricky interactions where communication is misunderstood, enquiry meets with closed doors and outputs are thwarted.  Automatic, unconscious dynamics between people railroad many a potent
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“Ethical Leadership: Is it necessary or even desired in our current reality?”

Is there a place for ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?  If we reflect on some of the successful people such as Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump and even our own Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family, we could argue that ethical leadership would be a hindrance to their success. On the other hand, if we reflec
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2030 Vision for a Flourishing South Africa, 12 April in Gauteng

Did you know that there is a beautiful, boldly ambitious vision for a flourishing South Africa – known as Vision2030? Written by poet Antjie Krog and Archbishop Njogonkulu Ndungane as the preamble to South Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP) in 2012, Vision2030 paints a pic
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Case Clinic: Contact! – Johannesburg, 15 March 2015

Contact! Getting beyond the “intervention game” to achieve real contact with clients and “interventions that don’t suck”. The moment of contact – it often only happens once it’s all gone horribly wrong, our wonderful plans have failed us, blame has been thrown around
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Transformation through the Executive Team – Cape Town, 9 March

Transformation through the Executive Team – a fresh approach True transformation is a core issue in our organisations and clients, and yet seems to be proving an elusive goal. It is a commonly-stated truth in OD work that transformation must be led from the top, in a sustained long-te
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Dialogic OD with Chene Swart – JHB, February 15

Dancing with Narrative in OD Practice “There’s always a story. It’s all stories, really. The sun coming up every day is a story. Everything’s got a story in it. Change the story, change the world.” ― Terry Pratchett, A Hat Full of Sky What is Dialogic Organisation de
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Vision2030 – Durban OD Corner, 3 March 2016

2030 Vision for a Flourishing South Africa Did you know that there is a beautiful, boldly ambitious vision for a flourishing South Africa – known as Vision2030? Written by poet Antjie Krog and Archbishop Njogonkulu Ndungane as the preamble to South Africa’s National Development
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Dialogic Organization Development – Cape Town, Feb 2016

Dialogic Organization Development… Dancing with Narrative practices What is Dialogic Organisation development and how does it provide a lens to see and be differently with and within organisations? What becomes possible when we see organisations as emerging realities that are co
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