Enthusiastic new Allies Fighting Social Issues

The workshop in Øysteinsalen gathered diverse and enthusiastic participants .

Last month I blogged about our LiFT Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project coming to Trondheim to facilitate a workshop on Learning and Job Creation in a Digital Economy. The workshop took place on September 30 and October 1, and brought together over 40 stakeholders from around Trondheim and beyond.

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LiFT comes to Trondheim!

Leadership for Transition or LiFT, is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership which has brought together partners from Norway, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Luxembourg to do action research on ways to support the development of integral (the ‘i’ in LiFT) practices for collaborative leadership in relation to complex societal transition issues. At the end of this month, LiFT will come to Trondheim to facilitate a workshop on Learning and Job Creation in a Digital Economy.

LiFT workshop in Trondheim
LiFT workshop in Trondheim. See video for more info.

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Leadership for transition

A group of people gathered in a big room.

A new NTNU project brings together innovative researchers, practitioners and citizens engaged in the fields of leadership, education and societal transition to promote more integrative, effective and thus more sustainable ways of living in Europe and beyond.

Leadership for Transition (LiFT) was a two year Grundtvig funded project which has recently been given continuing support through a three year Erasmus+ project.
It brings together partners from Norway, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Luxembourg to work on ways to support the development of integral (the ‘i’ in LiFT) practices for collaborative leadership in relation to complex societal transition issues.

The integral approach at the heart of LiFT acknowledges the role of individual skills and behavior as well as structural, regulatory and other such collective external factors impacting change efforts. At the same time, it primarily focuses on interior (subjective) and intersubjective / cultural dimensions of both leadership and transition as often neglected dimensions essential for transition. Les mer »