School of System Change

We know that growing a global community of change agents is our best chance to accelerate a transition to a sustainable future. Want to know more?

About the module

In this module, we will be creating a space to explore and try out the different systemic strategies that can be cultivated in order to impact change including

  • Taking time to consider the role and function of financial resources and working with the inherent power dynamics this comes with;
  • Nurturing the base skills, capabilities and confidence needed to creatively work with complexity and emergence in order to design and create appropriate systemic strategies for your context; and
  • Creating a safe space for you to reflect on your current practice and explore what might enable greater impact in the future. 

Learning outcomes include:

  • Better understanding of a range of different strategies for change in the context of power and money
  • Confidence in testing out practical tools and approaches for designing and creating systemic strategies
  • Seeing the change journey towards systems practice

Past module included contributors such as:

  • Cassie Robinson, formerly National Lottery Community Fund
  • Dominic Hofstetter, Climate KIC
  • Louise Hooper, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
  • Olga Shirobokova, Ashoka
  • Orit Gal, Regent's University London
  • Rinku Sen, Narrative Initiative

Session dates & times

Each module runs 5-weeks long with 3 consecutive half-days of online learning, followed by 3 weeks of weekly peer learning groups between the start and closing session. Those 3 weeks consist of weekly 60 min calls (timing TBD by participants) with your small group and coach.