Margaret Wheatley – an authority on systems thinking – shares her vision of the kind of leadership we need in order to survive these turbulent times.
Carl brings powerful lessons from the education sector, based on a deep understanding of how teams learn and work.
Paul provides a unique insight into self-management at US tomato-processing company Morning Star, where colleagues work together without the need for hierarchy.
Summing up after the rousing talks and bold ideas of Meaning 2016, Paul asks what we – what you – will do to make a difference in our ever-changing world.
Chaired by Paul Mason, a panel drawn from politics, business and social affairs discusses the idea of leadership, and what it means in the 21st century.
Jos is founder of Dutch healthcare organisation Buurtzorg, where autonomous teams of nurses work free from the constraints of management structure.
Jackie tells us about the dramatic change that can be created when motivated people are empowered and motivated to work together as a real community.
Who holds the power in the companies and organisations that seek to be part of a better world? Our panel of experts and business leaders takes a look.
Lee’s command of business, technology and international relations has given him a vision of how we should work and lead. He shares it with us.