NLP Leadership Summit, Spain (January 8-10, 2016)
Written by Lilia Moskalchuk - 18.12.2015
NLP Leadership Summit Members are invited to attend the NLP Colloquium taking place in Alicante, Spain for associating, collaborating, assimilating and communicating with the leaders of NLP.
Design and Intention
- The plan is to call top NLP Leaders together for a 3-day Colloquium wherein we get acquainted, associate with one another, and have the kind of critical and difficult conversations that we need to have.
- Leaders: The “leaders” include anyone who is operationally leading people in the field of NLP— Trainers, writers, researchers, editors, sponsors, etc. anyone who has or is influencing people to care about and operate in the field of NLP.
- Assumption: Our working assumption about this is— Like it or not, we are the leaders. The challenge is: how are we doing? Are we the leaders we need to be? Are we grooming leaders for the next generation? Are we leading the field in a way that will make people proud?
- Leadership: As a field without formal leadership but hundreds if not thousands of operational and functional leaders— the time has come for us to do some critical thinking about where we are and where we want to go. Attempts have been made to do this in the past, the 1997 Leadership Conference, the 2000 Millennial Project – both led and sponsored by Robert Dilts.
- Associating: As a field we have lots of Associations and small communities. These are usually built around a single person or a model, but we do not have a sense of a worldwide community. We are not seeking to create a super-association, but something much more simple— to simply associate with one another. The design is to reduce the separations, the suspicion of each other, the bad-mouthing of those we disagree with and create a more respectful and cooperative international presence.
- Colloquium — colloquium (klkwm) n. pl. colloquiums or colloquia (-kw-)
- An informal meeting for the exchange of views.
- An academic seminar on a broad field of study, usually led by a different lecturer at each meeting
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