The Systems Studio newsletter 16 April 2018 – loads of events, links

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TOP LINKS & INSPIRATION ON SYSTEMS CHANGE
Hello from sunny San Francisco!

The Systems Sanctuary, our peer-learning program for systems leaders is well underway, and we are already hearing stories of the patience it takes to stick with systems change and just how alone people feel whether they’re in Nova Scotia, Auckland or London.

IFAC’s Committee meeting explored how technology is disrupting the accountancy profession and how this is shaping who gets hired. Accountants with coding skills are becoming hugely valuable commodities.

Tatiana and I continue to design  The Systems Sisterhood, a program of support for women of systems change who are in transition. We’ve had huge interest in this. We will let you know when applications are open.

Finally I am on the Advisory Committee for a very exciting gathering of systems change field builders, taking place at Wasan Island, Canada in June. We are hoping to apply our own tools to ourselves, to raise up the field of systems change globally.

Warm wishes,

Rachel Sinha, Founder, The Systems Studio

LINKS FROM THE FIELD OF SYSTEMS CHANGE 

EVENTS

JOBS

Have a story we should include in this newsletter? Get in touch
rachel@thesystemstudio.com
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The Systems Studio exists to accelerate the evolution systems that allow humans and nature to flourish.
Our clients are trying to change professions, institutions and industries in service of people and planet.We do this by creating experiences where people can truly connect andstrategize about the things they really care about. Working with us always feels focused and fun.

We do three things:

Create community for systems leaders.
Craft and facilitate gatherings that change everything.
Teach strategy and leadership for systems change.

CAN WE HELP YOU?
Get in touch
rachel@thesystemstudio.com

 

Source: Top Inspiration, Events and News on Systems Change