Events

Sep 12, 2019 to Dec 19, 2019

Dear All

On September 12th, Edx, MIT and the Presencing Institute will be launching a new, updated version of u.lab: Leading From the Emerging Future. Whether you're looking to take action on major global challenges or evolve your own leadership approach, this year's course will deepen and accelerate your efforts. 

u.lab will now be one part of an annual innovation cycle, called the Societal Transformation Lab. The Lab includes two online u.lab offerings (1x and 2x) and an in-person Global Forum scheduled for June 2020.

To participate in this annual innovation cycle, start by signing up today for the u.lab journey that begins September 12th!

https://www.edx.org/course/ulab-leading-from-the-emerging-future

https://www.presencing.org/monthly-dialogues

Very best,

The u.lab Team

 

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  • This looks great - thanks for posting Diana!

    Check out this resource on the forum for more information about Theory U.

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