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Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
Antarctica Expedition (Short)  Climate Chance(2)
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The powerpoint gives details about dialogue and ladder of inference, enacting change etc. and applicaiton detal with the major photos on the Antarctica Short Intro and Robert Swan's story deleted …

The powerpoint gives details about dialogue and ladder of inference, enacting change etc. and applicaiton detal with the major photos on the Antarctica Short Intro and Robert Swan's story deleted (because it is too big)

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  • As we are open for recruitment 365 days a year, anyone who goes through this training will hopefully be able to give the training to any new member. We will give extra workshop and private tutorials to help you to be able to do that anytime.
  • Standard II –Second Opening Slide
  • I wish to start with who I am because I want to make sure I know
  • why am I here.
  • Standard 6– your story
  • Standard 6– your story
  • Standard 6– your story
  • Standard 6– your story
  • Act out with another personThis dialogue actually took place between Roger Burton, a professional “change agent”, executive coach, designer for our BP Antarctica ExpeditionAnd Adeel, one of our members when he few to HK and spent a day talking to us…
  • What we are doing, in essence, is no different from Hitler – to unify the world. It is just that we use different means and which impacts at a different scale (as it would seem) or that we are not aware that this is what we are trying to do.So then, how come we are called “a network for change”? Why the hell are we here? Now, I can only speak for myself…so I am going to present my point of view, and its assumptions.
  • You do not need to be here for the same reason, I respect whichever reason you hold. I do wish to make it clear why I am here because Climate ChanceAs I know it, is here to enact change in a way that is consistent with its vision – a just and sustainable world, and that vision does not come to life without you all, your vision and sense of purpose.
  • Reflected in our structure (organic, minimal), decision-making (decentralized, not so much in form but In essence), change being the status quo, leadership model (servant), our insistent on examinaiton of mental models, deeply help believes, our change approach (structural and system thinking) …moreover, self-awareness, and consciousness
  • Your idea?
  • Standard 7 - Closing
  • Standard 8 – Thank you
  • Transcript

    • 1. Antarctica Sharing<br />
    • 2. For those who wish to leave the world a better place than they were born into.<br />
    • 3. Serena Wei Wei Gao<br />高玮玮<br />
    • 4. amI<br />Why am I here?<br />
    • 5.
    • 6. Why are you here?<br />
    • 7. Who are you?<br />
    • 8. - A short 5 minutes introduction<br />You Choose:<br /><ul><li>The Story of a doer – Robert Swan
    • 9. The Story of an un-doer – Roger Burton</li></ul>- How to get selected?Questions?<br /><ul><li> What is change?
    • 10. What does climate change mean?
    • 11. Definition of “progress,”“development” etc.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>A photo slide-show</li></li></ul><li>Antarctica is a state of mind<br />Antarctica is state <br />where you listen with your heart <br />
    • 12.
    • 13. Listen to how you listen.<br />
    • 14. 4 phases to a conversation<br />Sustainable <br />Difference<br />Polite <br />Dialogue<br />Inquiry<br />
    • 15.
    • 16. Take 5 minutes to reflection on<br />how you listened to how you listen.<br />
    • 17. - A short 5 minutes introduction<br />You Choose:<br /><ul><li>The Story of a doer – Robert Swan
    • 18. The Story of an un-doer – Roger Burton</li></ul>- How to get selected?Questions?<br /><ul><li> What is change? – Change model
    • 19. What does climate change mean?
    • 20. Why Climate Chance?
    • 21. Heroic vs designer leadership model </li></li></ul><li><ul><li>A life in pursuit of dream</li></ul> The Story of a doer – Robert Swan<br />
    • 22.
    • 23. How are you feeling at this moment?<br />
    • 24. The story of an un-doer<br /> - Roger Burton <br />
    • 25. <ul><li>No Goal
    • 26. No Agenda
    • 27. Nobody in charge</li></li></ul><li>
    • 28.
    • 29. Take 5 minutes to reflection on<br />how you listened to how you listen.<br />
    • 30. Enacting Change – “Change”?<br />A: what are the solutions we are promoting for climate change?<br />B: We need to change people’s mindset. <br />A: what is mindset?<br />B: A belief…<br />A: It seems to belief is a set of value system. By telling me to change my mindset, you seem to assume that you have a better set of values than I have.<br /> How would you feel if I come to tell you that you need to change your mindset because I have better values than you? <br />B: I will feel OK because I would only analyze what you say and learn from you. <br />A: I disagree. I think people will not be willing to accept whatever you propose. If identity is a buddle of value we identify ourselves with, then I would more likely retract and defend my view because what you are proposing is a different view which is threatening my identity. In fact, as I was speaking of all these, this may be happening now. <br />B: But I still see that I will not retract, rather, I will analyze it and try to accept your point of view and learn from that….<br />A: Are you feeling I am actually intentionally saying something to change what you think? <br />B: No. I will use my rationality……<br />
    • 31. CHANGE<br />1- Preserve Status Quo<br /> - Assume things are going to go bad<br />2- Go back to a time in the past<br /> - Assume past is better than now, <br /> - Assume when past do come to now,<br /> it will remain in “now” rather than past.<br />3- Form a picture of how the world should look like in the future, and we want others all to buy into that picture.<br /> - Assume your picture (or your capacity to form a picture) <br /> of the world is better.<br />
    • 32. So Why am I here? – A confession<br /> I am committed to the possibility of a conscious and benevolent transition to a world where we can live together, all of us ‘face-to-face’ in a way that reflects the deep and natural interconnectedness and prior unity of our reality. <br /> I am committed to a quality of individual and collective realization of ‘reality itself’ that is compassionate and loving. <br /> This involves a kind of liberation from the way in which much of our collective attention has become fixed and institutionalized in the collective dream of the industrial era, its effects and our coping mechanisms. <br /> I believe in the possibility of a sort of collective human evolution at this moment in history (and in fact you all have given me deep inspiration and hope in this regard). <br />
    • 33. A<br />Paradigm <br />Shift<br />
    • 34. ?<br />
    • 35.
    • 36. Application<br />Please send CV and Cover Letter to <br />serenagao@thenetworkforchange.org<br />And she will put it foreword the selection committee board for 2041 (First Round) <br />Second Round is by Sponsors<br />
    • 37. Thank you for listening, <br />the most precious gift one can give to another human beings.<br />

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