Rethinking OD and Coaching …join the Dialogue!
INOC – THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND COACHING INVITES YOU TO THE ANNUAL MEETING
The meeting will take place in Wiesloch, Germany on May 12 – 14th, 2016.
Building on INOC's successful start in May 2015, we see the potential for this to become a regular platform for international Dialogic OD consultants and Coaches to meet, exchange their experiences and emerging practices, and to find new food for thought from interesting guest speakers.
The International Network for Organization Development and Coaching is pleased to invite you to attend its second annual conference: the INOC- Meeting in Wiesloch 2016. In 2015 more than 40 OD- and Coaching-Professionals joined the fi rst conference in Wiesloch (near Heidelberg). They started a movement and the building of an international network of like-minded people who share believing in the same values and wish to tie together Dialogic OD and Organizational Coaching. In this 2nd conference INOC is aiming to identify the latest developments and issues in OD and Coaching and will be discussing ways to RETHINK OD and COACHING on an international level.
BECOME PART OF THE MOVEMENT!
BECOME A MEMBER OF INOC!
PARTICIPATE IN THE CONFERENCE!
MAY 12TH TILL 14TH 2016
NEW: INOC Dialogues 2016
In preperation for the 2nd INOC Meeting 2016, Dr. Bernd Schmid took a trip to Vancouver, Canada, and San Mateo and Palo Alto, CA, USA. Bernd met pioneers and practitoners of the international OD scene, among them Prof. Gervase Bushe, Professor of leadership and Organization Development at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Prof. Edgar Schein, Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management, Dr. Yambome Gilpin-Jackson, an independent practice near Vancouver, Canada and teaches Leadership and Organization development. She also is a Managing and Senior OD Consultant in the British Columbia health care system and Fanita English, an internationally well known Gestalt- and TA-therapist and teacher, psychoanalyst, almost at age 100!
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Highlights of our agenda
1.00 pm to 7.00 pm
GETTING UP TO SPEED
EXPERTS SHARE EXPERIENCES ON INTERNATIONAL CHANGE- AND OD-PROJECTS AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION.
7.00 pm Social Evening-Event
8.30 am to 6.30 pm
ED SCHEIN (tbc. SKYPE):
Ed Schein, Professor Emeritus at MIT Sloan School of Management inﬂ u-encing orgnizational development including career development, group process consultation and organizational culture for decades.
SYSTEMIC TEAM COACHING AND TRANSFORMING LEADERSHIP CULTURE.
Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour at Henley Business School, University of Reading (Reading, UK), resear-ching next generation leadership and leadership development.
HOW DOES THE INNER STATE OF LEADERS OF BIG CHANGE CORRESPOND WITH CHANGE RESULTS? (STUDY!)
Roger Bellis is an experienced Organisation Development professional with a broad range of multi national and multi sector experience in the fi eld of leadership within major corporations.
GERVASE BUSHE (SKYPE):
IMPLICATIONS OF DIALOGIC
CHANGE PRACTICE FOR LEADERS.
Gervase Bushe, Professor of Leadership and Organization Development at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University and an award winning researcher in the fi elds of teamwork, leadership and organizati-onal change (Dialogic OD).
8.00 pm Conference Dinner
9.00 am to 1.00 pm
ACTION LEARNING - WORKSHOP
Bernhard Hauser, Professor of Change Management and Action Lear-ning, Hochschule für angewandtes Management (Ismaning, Germany) and expert for leadership and change.
Mike Pedler, a practitioner in learning to organize businesses and services better, working on management and leadership learning, on network development and the learning organisation, approaching these themes from an action learning perspective.
HAWKINS; PEDLER; SCHMID; HAUSER, ROEHRIG; Moderation Klaus Haasis