The world of governance is evolving fast. Organisations in all sectors are being forced to radically re-think how they are run and managed as a result of financial constraints or competition in the marketplace.
The tsiMORAY Future Governance Forum provides members with an informative platform to share ideas, learning and inspiration on how to run the organisations of the future.
Guided by expert facilitator Robin Alfred, this event enabled participants to explore what the true nature of the future is, where new ideas come from, and the nature of innovation, insight and intuition. Participants looked at the personal practices and outer conditions that can help support them to lead from the future, ultimately enabling third-sector organisations to be more innovative
Why should I bring my 'whole-self' to work?
Caroline Matters, joined us as guest speaker, for our second tsiMORAY Future Governance Forum. Chair of Management at Findhorn, we heard from Caroline about how, and why they support individuals to bring their whole self to work.
We were also fortunate to hear about the ongoing changes at the Findhorn Foundation.
Time For Change - Exploring Future Governance Opportunities in MORAY
This session was co-facilitated by Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) and tsiMORAY. It explored where governance is strong in Moray, and where there are opportunities for improvement.
A creative approach was taken, making use of tools developed by GEN - who have experience in creating substainable communities.
Unlocking Potential, ensuring legal compliance
Our first event included speakers Edel Harris, Chief Executive of Cornerstone and Malcolm McNeil, Director of Grampian Housing Association; two organisations with radically new approaches to leadership and governance.
Both presenters shared their rationale for change in addition to the successes and challenges created. We also enjoyed interactive sessions and a panel discussion to explore the issues raised, including what this could mean for your organisation.
Evolving Local Governance - Learning about cities from natural systems
City Evolutionist and author, Marilyn Hamilton, introduced us to the idea of the four 'voices' of community (citizens, third sector, local government and private sector).
This forum explored taking a 'whole system' approach to our cities, towns and communities, with potential to learn surprising ways to solve old and new challenges.