Exclusive Course with professor Robert Kegan
Join us in a 3-day digital course led by the world-famous Harvard professor
Immunity to Change Facilitator's Workshop
Immunity to Change (ITC) is a process designed to help individuals and teams sustainably change by challenging ‘hidden assumptions’ that can hinder developmental progress. ITC guides a creative, structured, and precise work at any individual’s developmental edge.
In the intensive and highly interactive 3-day workshop online (10.00-18.00 CET), you will learn how to safely and effectively lead others through this powerful and structured change process. The facilitators workshop covers all the skills and knowledge it takes to facilitate the ITC-process both physically and online, and 1:1 as well as with large groups, up to 100 people at a time.
About Robert Kegan & ITC
Robert Kegan is a professor at Harvard University and a world-renowned contributor to the field of development and transformation. He’s a recipient of numerous honorary degrees and awards and has over forty years of research, teaching, writing, and professional practice influenced leadership development, executive coaching, and culture-change management across the globe. On this rare occasion, ITC’s originator Bob Kegan himself will facilitate the 3-day ITC facilitators workshop.
The Immunity to ChangeTM approach, developed by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, is designed to help individuals, work teams, and organizations make those personal and collective changes that are most important to them – but have proven resistant even to thoughtful plans and heartfelt intentions.
As a participant you will learn:
- The theoretical backbone behind ITC and cutting-edge research and practices from Minds at Work
- Learn to use The Developmental Sprint ® Web-App for better online ITC facilitation of individuals and groups
- How to conduct an ITC workshop for groups or individuals in a way that fits with their own personal coaching style
- How to use The Facilitator’s Guide as a resource for further developing your skills
- Ways to address typical challenges in conducting the ITC workshop
- All participants who complete the course will receive 20 credit hours from the International Coaching Federation.