Dialogues on Societal Transformation

By Otto Scharmer and originally published on presencing.org

The Presencing Institute is excited to announce that, starting April 10th, Otto Scharmer will be hosting monthly interactive Dialogues online about key acupuncture points of societal transformation.

With a variety of guests, stories and breakout sessions, these Dialogues will provide a space for coming together and sensing into inspiring examples of societal renewal. Planned upcoming topics include:

  • April: Societal Transformation – 3 Narratives, 3 Axial Shifts
  • May: Reinventing the 21st Century University – the New Learning Coordinates – Axial Shift #1
  • June: The Rise of Surveillance Capitalism – the New Economic Coordinates – Axial Shift #2
  • July: As Systems Collapse, People Rise – the New Political Coordinates – Axial Shift #3
  • September: Reinventing Business As A Force For Good -From Ego to Eco
  • October: Reinventing Democracy As A Force for Good – The New Politics of Well-Being
  • November: Reshaping Systems Change – Integrating Science, Art, Mindfulness and Societal Transformation
  • December: Reinventing Money As A Force for Good

These monthly Dialogues will run throughout 2019, with each episode preceded by a new column from Otto, published in HuffPost’s This New World section and/or our Field of the Future Blog. Registration for each Dialogue episode will be free and open to all. Number of seats will be limited, due to the small group dialogue format that will be part of the session.

Episode 1: “Societal Transformation: 3 Narratives, 3 Axial Shifts”

On April 10th we kick off the Dialogues on Societal Transformation with the first episode, which will revolve around the three axial shifts. The pre-reading will be posted prior to the event.

To join Otto live on Zoom and take part in the Dialogue
on 10th April at 10 a.m. EST,
please register on Eventbrite now,
by clicking here.

Keep an eye on this page for announcements of upcoming episodes throughout the year. To receive monthly updates from the Presencing Institute in your inbox, including on the Dialogue Series, subscribe to our newsletter here.