Last X-Honours session we have further build on our basecamps. There were lively conversations about expectations, ways of working within the basecamps and how to make a start with documenting the progress on the X-Honours pillars. We ended the session with an animated discussion on values, tolerance and social issues. After that Jaap introduced us with a case study on tourism on the Maldives.
In the 19th century Darwin said: “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” This is still true in the 21st century. And Yuval Noah Harari added in 2011 in Sapiens that “Large numbers of strangers can cooperate successfully by believing in common myths”.
During the inspirational session Dr. Jelle Dijkstra will discuss communities as ecosystems and explore situations characterized by complexity where shared leadership is essential. We will further discuss the consequences for trust, decision-making and asking for help. Will we created more common myths or will it lead to myth busting? Will you join us on this adventurous journey?
When: Wednesday 13 November
14.15 High Tea
14.45 Opening & Pitches
14.50 Base camp & Project Time
16.00 Innovation in Leadership