Systems Thinking Training (London) [sold out]
- The Social Change Agency
45 White Lion Street
London, N1 9PW United Kingdom
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- April 4
- 09:30 - 13:30
Sorry this training is sold out.
Would you like to explore the option of having this training delivered exclusively to you and your team? Please reach out to us for further information.
Learn how to drive social change with Systems Thinking
Working towards social change can be a complex and difficult process. Social issues can be multilayered, interacting between the individual, the state, the community and institutions. There are so many different ways to change the way things, people or systems work – how do you know if what you have in front of you is the right approach or analysis?
Our Systems Thinking for Social Change is an introductory course in system thinking. In this half a day course (or two online modules) you will understand that different ways to achieve change, know what is meant by ‘systems’ and ‘systems thinking’ , what tools to use and most importantly – when to use this particular approach. You will also leave with an understanding of YOUR role in systems change and where to find out more information and support for it.
Meet the trainers
Esther Foreman has spent over 15 years working in the not for profit, social enterprise and business sectors, running award winning campaigns, supporting enterprise and building teams. She founded the Social Change Agency in 2013 with a desire to combine organising, technology, comms and social enterprise to create a leading non sector-specific agency to improve movement building across the world. Esther is a 2011 Clore Social Fellow, 2012 Winston Churchill Fellow and 2013 SSE Fellow and was recently placed in the top Women in Social Enterprise. She is a Trustee of the National MS Society and the House of St Barnabas.
Maisie Palmer’s interests lie in social innovation, education, and supporting community-led movements. Prior to joining our consultancy team, she was National Programme Lead for Education at The Roots Programme where she designed and delivered an exchange programme tackling social division amongst British youth. Maisie founded Mxogyny an online and print publication for marginalised creatives. She has also worked for the Secretary of State for Scotland and the International Criminal Court. Maisie holds an MA in Politics from the University of Edinburgh and studied at Sciences Po, Paris as an Erasmus scholar.
How much does it cost?
Whether your coming from a grassroots movement, a local council, a charitable organisation or for-profit company, we want to ensure these introductory workshops are open to all. That’s why we use a pay-what-you-wish model. Simply enter the amount that you would like to pay when you book your ticket.
Can I bring my team along?
In order to ensure fairness and a diverse range of people, places are limited to up to two people per organisation. Please get in touch if you would like us to deliver a bespoke training, tailored to the needs and goals of your team.
My organisation is paying for my place, can you send me an invoice?
Yes, when you go through the checkout you’ll have the option to pay by invoice.