Challenge Your Assumptions; Change How You Live, Work, and Play

This year’s Live Virtual Workshops are designed to challenge traditional assumptions about how we live, work, and play. In this post and throughout the year, consider how the old assumptions just don’t work in today’s uncertain and turbulent world.

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. —Albert Einstein

We live in a complex and challenging world! In our day-to-day lives, we are buffeted by forces—both known and unknown. Examples of these forces include: economics, health and healthcare, social and political questions, family and community needs, and the avalanche of information that overwhelms us every day. Unmanageable differences, in the context of these questions and concerns, shape a network of connections that shape our lives. Problems have multiple causes. Change happens in the length of a heartbeat. The unpredictability of tomorrow creates uncertainty and turbulence today.

In such a world traditional definitions and attitudes about success, stability, and learning no longer serve us as they seemed to in the past. Traditional decision making and planning were built on assumptions that can’t help us in the complexity of today. In each Live Virtual Workshop of 2022, Glenda Eoyang will focus on one assumption that must change. In its place, she will offer a new way of seeing and influencing the world. Join us to hear how human systems dynamics offers new models and methods for navigating these days of turbulence and uncertainty. Below is a list of the traditional assumptions she will challenge and what she offers to take its place.

Join us for the Human Systems Dynamics Institute 2022 Live Virtual Workshops on the first Thursday of every month from 11a-12p Central Time.

Click here for a full description of each workshop and registration

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