IDEAL Center: Developing Leadership Skills in Complex Systems

May 17, 2024
Are you looking to strengthen leadership practice and culture at your company to meet the evolving needs of today's workplace landscape? Join the Science Museum of Minnesota's IDEAL Center for this in-depth DEI workshop!
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Are you looking to strengthen leadership practice and culture at your company to meet the evolving needs of today’s workplace landscape? Join the Science Museum of Minnesota’s IDEAL Center for this in-depth DEI workshop!

Experience the power of collaboration as we gather with colleagues from across the MN business community to explore the art and science of effective leadership. Our facilitation techniques and broad synthesis of research from a variety of fields creates an immersive multi-sensory experience that will guide you in exploring not just your desired outcomes, but the critical behaviors that pave the path to success.

In this day-long workshop you will:

– Delve into the realm of systems thinking and adaptive change, unlocking new approaches for navigating complexity and fostering resilience within your organization.
– Connect with a community of peers, where learning is a shared endeavor and leadership action is cultivated through learning, teaching and strategic collaboration.
– Practice the art of nurturing trust within your teams, fostering a culture where authenticity and collaboration thrive.
– Leave equipped with practical strategies for bridging differences, translating theory into action, and driving tangible results.

This is a research-based and backed national delivery model being locally led in partnership with the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce, the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce and the Science Museum of MN’s IDEAL Center. Sessions will take place at the Science Museum of MN and include museum admission, parking, breakfast and lunch. Price: $400 / per person


“Something that sets this apart from other training is the way that we engage as participants. This is not a trainer lecturing from the front of the room, calling on those who raise their hands. It’s more like having a leader (who has devoted their life to this work) guiding us through a set of complex interactions and helping us understand ourselves and how we can be part of a positive systemic change.”
-JoAnn Newman | President & Chief Executive Officer

“I grew and I grew and I grew until it hurt. I’m leaving peacefully disrupted, comfortable in the knowledge of the discomfort ahead.”
Tamara Uselman, Assistant Superintendent for Learning and Accountability, Moorhead Area Public Schools

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