🚨 From the team of \@DanSholler, \@Borhane_B_H and \@bduckles, announcing

The Oblique Thinking Hour


A monthly gathering where we explore delightful facilitation experiences with an open community.

Each month we'll have a surprising and thoughtful experience for you.

No preparation required.

Come to learn.

Come to share.

Come to stretch yourself.

Come to explore.

Come to be surprised.

First session next Tue / Wed (Western 🌍/ Eastern 🌏) Aug 9/10.

1pm PT Aug 9th (2nd Tuesday of each month)

4pm ET Aug 9th (2nd Tuesday of each month)

8pm UTC Aug 9th (2nd Tuesday of each month)

8am NZT Aug 9th (2nd Wednesday of each month 10am October - March)

Topics such as:
🐌🌲 Biomimetic thinking
🔮💪 Futures exploration
🧑🏿‍🎨👨🏽‍🎨 Co-design
🏢 𝝙 Organizational transformation
🌱⚖️Restorative justice
and more!

By choosing to attend, you agree to abide by our Code of Conduct orgmycology.com/coc/


The Oblique Thinking Hour is a project of the consulting collaboration Organizational Mycology. Where we work to be inspired by nature, all walks of humanity, and ancient wisdom to craft collaborations with organizations transform, grow, and flourish.


Oh yeah, forgot the team includes me too \@jduckles 🤦🏽‍♂️😂

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