How to use your Self as the tool for real innovation | Christine Wank | TEDxAmsterdamED





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Published on Apr 22, 2016

A talk on the 3 C`s for transformation: How to use your Self as the tool for real innovation even when the times get rough! How can we address the challenges of our time in a more adequate way without repeating the failures of the past? How do we truly innovate and make real transformations happen? How do we stay on track even though the times get rough? In her talk Christine will share what she had learned from true innovators while working as leadership coach and change facilitator in making transformations happen in the work and lives of leaders and organisations across all sectors around the world. The essence is that we need to strengthen and tune our inner tools and that there are 3 C`s that make all the difference: Curiousity, Compassion and.... well, find out!

Christine Wank is an international facilitator, trainer and coach for leadership, organisational change and innovation. As principal of her firm Facilitate U (www.facilitateU.eu) she is dedicated to helping people and organizations reach their full potential and use their generative power and collective intelligence to shape the world in a responsible and sustainable way.

A core member and senior facilitator of the Presencing Institute with Otto Scharmer and Peter Senge (MIT/USA), Christine was one of the European pioneers in applying Theory U with teams and organisations. She has vast experience in working with leaders, multi-cultural teams and organizations from across the globe and across all sectors.

Christine also works a guest lecturer for Leadership at the Central European University and is part of the core trainer team for Leadership at LE-AD. She has studied across the United States, Mexico, and Europe and worked all over the globe with leaders from more than 50 nations.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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