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International Going Horizontal Training – South of France

October 23 - October 25

How do we transform our workplace into a more human and engaging space, beyond being cogs in a machine?

What are some strategic pathways towards participatory leadership that will avoid falling into chaos?

Is shared leadership really possible?

What happens to managers in a less hierarchical organization?

If you find yourself asking any of these questions, then you know the way we run organizations is changing! People want to be part of teams that are empowered, engaged and autonomous – while staying connected to the purpose and strategy of the organisation. This Going Horizontal training is an immersive and experiential leadership training that helps you really understand the growing field of self-organization. It equips you with practical methods, tools and strategies at the core of collaborative ways of working – that you can apply right away.

Participants

International guides

Days

It doesn’t matter what field you work in or your role, only that you want to help an organization, big or small, find its way into a shared leadership model and purpose-driven work. This includes organizations that are beginning their journey and want to figure out where and how to move forward, as well as those who have been on the journey for a while and wish to step back and gather a wider perspective.

It is possible to be both professional and empathetic. Anton Dalsmo, Engineer

I came away energized, excited and with a renewed enthusiasm for what our company is doing. I can honestly say that in my 25+ year career I have not experienced anything like it! Organization Designer, ET Group

The 7 dimensions in the horizontal framework can help you be grounded and calm and still work in hurricane environments. Hollie Hollister, Principal of marketing consulting firm H Cubed Group

After Belgium, Spain, Canada and the Netherlands, Going Horizontal is coming to France, in a magical setting along the Mediterranean Sea at Sète. 


Known as the Venice of Languedoc and the singular island (in Paul Valéry‘s words), it is a port and a seaside resort on the Mediterranean with its own very strong cultural identity, traditions, cuisine and dialect.” (Wikipedia)

Learning Objectives

  • A deeper understanding of a new leadership paradigm
  • A toolkit full of tried-and-tested practices

  • Reflections that challenge your assumptions and approach to work

  • Clarity on the first ‘next step’ you commit to

  • A community committed to exploring new ways of working more collaboratively

In this training you will learn and practice…

  • How to boost Autonomy, invite initiative taking and accountability.
  • How to use Purpose as a compass that unlocks coordinated action and non-hierarchy.
  • How to organise and host Meetings that are effective, engaging, and co-created at their core.
  • How to work with Transparency as a practice of innovation and a basis for trust.
  • How to find the right Decision-Making methodologies appropriate for different scenarios in your team or organization.
  • How to embed self-directed Learning and Development tools and routines into daily work life, with the objective of supporting each other’s learning.
  • How to work with Relationships & Conflict as a tool for growth and learning, and enhance team cohesion.

Our hugely experienced international team will offer you a rich range of practices and support during this very personal training.

Samantha Slade | Canada

Author of Going Horizontal ∙ Co-Founder of Percolab network ∙ Social innovator and social designer  ∙ TedX Speaker on The Future is in Business as Commons

Nadine Jouanen | France 

Co-director Percolab France ∙ Organizational change maker ∙ Cocreator of living system legal frameworks  ∙ President of the Collective des Garrigues

Nil Roda-Naccari Noguera | Spain

Percolab member ∙ Board member and coordinator of the Naccari Ravà Foundation ∙ Youth leadership coach ∙ Integrating music into system change facilitation

Going Horizontal Apprentices

Fanny Monod-Mitrev | France 

Percolab co-director ∙ Graphic recorder and  visual thinker ∙ Solidarity economy supporter ∙ Facilitator of collective innovation and creativity processes

Fanny Monod-Mitrev | France 

Percolab co-director ∙ Graphic recorder and  visual thinker ∙ Solidarity economy supporter ∙ Facilitator of collective innovation and creativity processes

Marina Lynch | Belgium 

Co-creation and organisation coach ∙ Participatory leadership approaches ∙ Communications

Anne-Laure Romanet | France

Former Google and Canal+ analyst ∙ Project manager and operations manager ∙ Trainer of social entrepreneurs in Hanoi, Vietnam ∙ participatory approaches in organizations

Costs

Included: 2.5 days of training (1 trainer per 5 participants), 2 nights lodging, meals (vegetarian options) and snacks, Going Horizontal materials  and access to the sea side.

You have two options for payment. Please choose according to your situation and interest.

1) Traditional pricing: A fixed price for the event up-front.

Register and pay the list price ahead of time.

Full price of €1500 including accommodation (or €1350 for those staying off-site)

If you live and work in France, your training can be covered by your employer. Please contact us infofrance at percolab . com.

2) Shared Economy

Shared economy is a system that allows you to self-determine how much you pay and to partake in the budget responsibility. It requires an initial payment, to cover minimal costs, in this case €650 for a residential training (for those staying off site €500). On the second day of the training, you will be invited to make a second payment based on your financial context, information on the budget and your experience of the training. Learn more about the shared economy model.

It’s a great idea to come with your colleagues – if you plan to do this, contact us to discuss group rates.

Details

Start:
October 23
End:
October 25

Organizer

Percolab
Website:
http://www.percolab.com