A Council is a group of 6 to 8 peers who have the same type of job or share the same need. They commit themselves to get together twice for 2 days a year to support and inspire each other from an ever-deeper connection. And to exchange very concrete best practices and advice. They thereby offer each other a sustainable learning experience.
The 4 principles of authentic leadership form an important basis for every Council. We ask each participant to commit themselves to participate with this intention.
And, finally, there is one factor of a two-day Council that must not to be underestimated … fun. Being able to relax and have fun is a crucial part of being able to really throw yourself into it.
Each Council is supported by a permanent OOTF facilitator. He or she integrates himself/herself into the group, compiles the program on the basis of the needs of the participants, supports each two-day council, and provides context and missing insights. Together, all the facilitators of the Organisation Of The Future form a learning group, in which experiences are shared and knowledge is exchanged.
The Councils are intended for all people who have the power to make changes within their organisation and who are attracted by the ‘head-heart-gut frequency’ of Organisation Of The Future.