Wider Embraces is about everything we belong to, so working with organisations fits perfectly and is a potent way to use the method.
- Are things not lining up the way they ‘should’ inside the organisation?
- Are you unsure about your organisations position in the world?
- Or are you just curious about what new possibilities you miss?
New Insights and Effortless Alignment
The Wider Embraces method will give you surprising insights, both from an inside and outside view of your organisation. You will get to know your organisation in a very new way, as an entity in its own right, as the Embrace of your Organisation. And when you do, parts may start to align, just by themselves.
Playful, Powerful and Flexible
Sometimes just one meeting will give you those needed insights or change that stuck dynamic. For some issues, it might be better with a few more meetings. Or you bring it to the next level and make the ‘Embrace of the Organisation’ a part of your ongoing management.
The Wider Embraces method works great both online and in person. You can choose to be a few representatives, the full board, a workgroup, or anyone interested.
Let’s talk about what would suit your Organisation
Send me an email with a brief description of your issues and your organisation, and we’ll take it from there. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Offer – March and April 2021:
Is your organisation working with Climate Change?
Stina Deurell offers a two-hour online meeting for free for any organisation dealing with climate change during March and April. You can be an NGO working against deforestation, a company inventing new energy-efficient technology or just a group of concerned people working for a sustainable future.
Use your hours the way best suited for your organisation. It could be a private meeting with a few board members or as a part of a regular meeting with more people.
Maybe the two hours will give you all the insights you needed; maybe you like to have a few more meetings. That is entirely up to you, no strings attached!
Send a few lines about your organisation, what you do and what issues you would like to address using the Wider Embraces method – email@example.com.