Future Fit Leading: Nature as Inspirer, Mentor and Transformer
One Day Immersion Retreats
with leading author GILES HUTCHINS and JENNY ANDERSSON
09.30am to 4.30pm at specific days throughout 2017 in Stancombe Valley
Near Stroud in the Cotswolds
New Autumn Programme Dates: September 7th and October 5th
In collaboration with author and thought leader Giles Hutchins, I invite you to a one day immersion to explore and embody Future Fit Leadership – leadership inspired by nature, nature’s living systems and our shared humanity - in the beautiful Cotswold valley of Stancombe.
We will experience nature explorations, campfire conversations, private reflections, guided meditations and somatic exercises, peer-to-peer sharing, and group work, all held in the stunning Stancombe Valley, feeding your mind, opening your heart and soothing your soul, while helping you discover how your leadership can transform in the months ahead.
This is a special time and space for you to work with a small group of like-minded professionals who also intuit that more of the same is no longer enough and who are ready for transformative change. The safe and sacred space of Stancombe will provide you with the canvass, the inspiration, and the permission to open yourself up to deep learning, fresh thinking and new perspectives.
You will return refreshed, renewed and revitalised for the path ahead.
From Previous Participants‘What I didn’t expect when I signed-up to attend a one-day nature immersion retreat with Giles was the opening up of a whole new world. The experience opened my eyes to the energy and beauty of this amazing place. During the final campfire session I felt a deep connection to the group and something much bigger than all of us. If you are struggling in the cage and need to take a step outside, I would highly recommend this programme.’ – Michaela Wright, Head of Sustainability, HSBC
"The nature immersion with Giles was just what I needed! Giles beautifully crafted a deeply nurturing atmosphere where the group could connect with self, others and nature. I was able to deeply reflect on my life, my purpose and the changes I needed to make in my life, to enhance my effectiveness as a leader with my work in a business school" Sharon Olivier, Programme Director, Ashridge Business School
Your Investment & Booking
For the price of this retreat please see your private invitation email or contact Jenny (see below). Price includes teas, coffees, herbals, fruit and a heart-warming lunch around the campfire. If you would like to stay nearby the evening before or afterwards, we can provide a list of B&Bs and hotels. Our closest hotel is The Bear at Rodborough.
Giles Hutchins blends a wealth of leadership development, business strategy, operations and transformation experience with pioneering new thought on leading, sustaining and flourishing in volatile times. In particular, he draws on the logic of living systems to aid our leaders and organizations to become ‘future-fit’.
A prolific speaker, writer and adviser, he applies 20 years of experience to his work at personal and organizational levels. Recently the Global Sustainability Director for Atos, and previously a management consultant with KPMG, he has helped transform a wide range of organizations (corporate, third sector, public sector and start-up).
He is author of the books The Nature of Business (2012), The Illusion of Separation (2014) and Future Fit (2016).
Jenny Andersson is an experienced brand and communications strategist, who specialises in aligning purpose, values and meaning in organisations looking to have a positive social and environmental impact on the future of people and planet.
She works with ambitious purpose-led startups which aim to address one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals both as mentor, facilitator and consultant, and speaks frequently on the need to reconnect humanity, business and nature in pursuit of a sustainable future for people and planet.
She regularly speaks at global conferences, Universities and business schools on business and the Sustainable Development Goals, the impact of the Anthropocene and activating purpose and meaning at work.
WHERE & WHEN
If you are travelling by train, please make your way to Stroud railway station arriving at the station between 9am and 9.30am on the actual day.
If you wish to stay overnight before or after the nature immersion, we recommend The Bear of Rodborough Stroud, which is nearby.
The day will close by 4.30pm to enable homeward journeys.
For further details, to discuss booking, please contact Jenny on firstname.lastname@example.org or M: +44 (0) 7702 285207