Transformations, Heliotropism, Ubuntu and such

Change is tough! Big changes are tougher!

As people initiating change as well as people experiencing change, there are some attitudes and stances that will help us ride the wave of change rather than falter and drown.

Some of these, amongst others, that have helped us immensely in our experiences are The Principle of Heliotropism and Ubuntu!

We would love to share our experiences so other can learn from our failures, successes and more.

Expect a lot of anecdotes!


Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Change is tough - also for change agents
  • The many traits and attitudes that can help us manage change
  • The Principle of Heliotropism and our experiences and experiments with it
  • Ubuntu and why we love it - experiences and experiments
  • More ideas

Learning Outcome

Exposure to some ideas and concepts which can help people initiating and driving change as well as experiencing change

Target Audience


Prerequisites for Attendees



schedule Submitted 4 years ago

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