Due to the COVID 19 pandemic Complexability will be conducting events online for the foreseeable future
 
A number of these will be available through the Complexability Community of Practice. For further information on the Community of Practice contact 
info@complexability.com.au.

Stories That Matter 

Pulse - Hosted Conversation

On September 9 at 5 pm AEST Complexability will be sharing the results and hosting a conversation around the recent Stories that Matter Pulse we undertook.

In this practitioner-oriented conversation we will explore the patterns and emerging insights from the contributions to this project.  

This is a knowledge sharing opportunity for community members where we will walk through the visual patterns of a Pulse and what you might do to talk to the patterns.

To register please contact 

info@complexability.com.au

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Spend 60 minutes with us while we share with you how to collect insights that will assist in identifying the best actions to support your people in these current challenging times.

We’ll share an approach and tool you can use for teams, organisations and communities.

No, it’s not another survey! This is not trying to prompt people to give a ‘right answer’, or an opinion. Rather, it’s about inviting people to share an experience, a micro-narrative, and then providing them with an opportunity to make sense of their own experience by adding layers of their own meaning.

While sharing is, in and of itself cathartic, the stories also provide a way to respond with empathy. Sharing these across teams and communities creates a repository of collective experience and helps people recognise they are not alone in their uncertainty.

Most importantly, the visual representations of the real time data captured, and the ability to inform conversations around emergent patterns help to support leadership decision making in complex environments. Understanding and gaining enough agreement to make decisions to act is as important as knowing what to manage and what to monitor.

We’d be delighted to share with you what our experience tells us.

 

There are three dates available September 16 October 14 or November 12

Fed up with ‘tick and flick’ surveys?

Looking for a way to discover the real stories that matter in your organisation?

Other events and resources are available via our Community of Practice.