Join us in Iceland for a 5-day Seminar:
Designing Wisdom Economies
Using Ten Types of Capital to Assess & Increase Impact  
April 9th – April 13th, 2018

Re-imagining Capital

Over the last decade there has been an increasing awareness from many sectors of society that we need to re-imagine the notion of capital. It isn’t enough anymore to just measure impact or even have more impact. Rather you want to make sure you are having more of the right kinds of impact.  The MetaImpact Framework enables you to understand impact in an expanded way that explores how to measure impact using metrics associated with up to ten types of capital and how those capitals contribute to multiple bottom lines. Thus, this Framework supports you to create thriving organizations, communities, and societies by expanding the notion of impact, capital, and bottom lines and identifying the important ways these aspects are related to each other. Understanding these relationships enables you to design Wisdom Economies that cultivate and track multiple forms of value in a way that preserves the wholeness of people and systems.

Designing Wisdom Economies

Join us for a 5-day in-person seminar where we will explore current trends in the New Economy and how to design wisdom economies (i.e., whole-person/whole-system economies) using the MetaImpact Framework. This Framework provides an integrated model of the relationship between four types of impact, ten types of capital and their measurement, and a quadruple bottom line of People, Profit, Planet, and Purpose. One of the distinguishing features of this Framework is how it integrates all of these elements into a very intuitive and easily applied approach.

This seminar is a first-of-its-kind training in multiple capital assessment, value accounting and integrated reporting. Currently there are no options for being trained in how to use informal and formal metrics – both qualitative and quantitative – to assess impact across ten types of capital. Join us as we help pioneer this important new field of value accounting and wisdom economy design.

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What will I learn?

This 5-day Seminar is for you if you want to …

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Understand the concept of multiple forms of capital and metrics associated with each.

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Treasure what you measure, so measure what you treasure.

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Understand the critical relationships in between behaviors, systems, relationships and mindsets.

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Understand the relationship in between Impact, quadruple bottom lines and types of capital.

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Learn about how currencies can be applied to make visible, enable and shape value.

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Identify what types of capital can be generated in your projects and life.

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Learn to distinguish tangible and intangible value and how to make the intangible visible.

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Learn how to achieve the four types of Impact: Clear, High, Deep and Wide.

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Learn about multidimensional accounting and how it can leverage your organization.

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Learn how the MetaImpact Framework can be used to activate Wisdom.

Who will I learn with?

In this seminar you will be learning along side like-minded individuals who are keen to explore the interconnections between types of impact, forms of capital, and multiple bottom-lines. This include individuals such as:

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Integral Practitioners

 

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Social Entrepreneurs

 

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Conscious Capitalists

 

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Alternative Currency Advocates

 

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Mixed Methods Researchers

 

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Visionary Business Designers

 

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Movement Builders

 

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New Economy Folks

 

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Impact Investors

 

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GNH Enthusiasts

 

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Holistic Educators

 

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Transdisciplinary Practitioners

 

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Triple Bottom Line Aficionados

 

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Change Makers

 

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Sustainability Practitioners

 

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Non-Profit Leaders

 

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Marketeers/Brand Managers

 

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Integrative Thinkers

 

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HR Directors

 

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Organizational Consultants

 

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Integrated Reporting Users

 

How Will I learn?

Learning is a unique journey. Our intention is to enable the spaces and resources for people to learn as much as they want. You can choose to just get familiar with the topics, or take a deep dive and implement the model for your own projects and goals. Your choice.

Participate in some optional pre-event interactive sessions where we will cover the ‘MetaImpact Framework’ and have fun getting to know each other before we gather in Iceland.

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Relate with the community and the facilitators through our online slack community space. Bring your projects and expect some magic! You can join us online as soon as you register and then join our MetaImpact Community of Practice space after the event.

Learn about leading edge case studies to ground and apply the concepts in the five days seminar in Iceland.

Access and co-create our curation of resources (videos, papers, podcasts, case studies, quotes).

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Participants will be sent materials prior to the event and receive all materials from the event on our Slack page.

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Facilitators

SEAN ESBJÖRN-HARGENS

SEAN ESBJÖRN-HARGENS

Sean is a global leader in the application of integrative thinking to leader development, organizational design, and mixed-methods design. In 2011 he founded MetaIntegral a social impact network that supports change leaders around the world in applying integrative principles. Sean’s passion lies at the intersection of design, integral theory, and embodiment. He has published and edited numerous articles, chapters, and books. His most recent book is Metatheory for the Twenty-first Century.

CLAUDIA MEGLIN

CLAUDIA MEGLIN

Claudia is an Integral Systems Designer for Creative Enterprises. She has been working for decades to guide organizations through organizational and cultural change and completed her Integral MBA in Creative Enterprises for Social Transformation in 2017. Her calling in life is to bring together creativity and business to consciously design sustainable and regenerative systems. Claudia is a certified Somatic Focalizing Coach.

ARNI HEIDAR KARLSSON

ARNI HEIDAR KARLSSON

Arni is a musician and M.A. student in Philosophy at the University of Iceland. Whilst working in music as a performer, conductor and a composer Karlsson has also taught Creative Thinking and Ethics in the Master of Project Management (MPM) program at the Reykjavik University as well as giving lectures and workshops at Endurmenntun Háskóla Íslands (EHI) and in the private sector. Arni Karlsson is also a trained Master Integral Coach™ and an NLP Trainer.

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Dates and Times


 

PRE-EVENT*

April 6th       4:00 pm – 6:00 pm          Public Lecture*              A Multi-capital Assessment of Iceland


 

April 7th       9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Pre-event Trip 1*          TBD


 

April 8th       9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Pre-event Trip 2*          TBD


5-DAY SEMINAR

April 9th       9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Day 1                              Introduction & Clear Impact


April 10th     9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Day 2                              Case Study 1 & High Impact


April 11th     9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Day 3                              Case Study 2 &  Wide Impact


April 12th     9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Day 4                              Case Study 3 & Deep Impact


April 13th     9:00 am – 6:00 pm          Day 5                              Quadruple Bottom Lines & Project Analysis


POST-EVENT*

April 13th     7:00 pm – 9:00 pm          Public Lecture*             Designing a Wisdom Economy in Iceland


* Note: The pre- and post-event public lectures and pre-event weekend exploration around Iceland are optional for participants. We are currently researching different weekend adventures and will post more details here as we finalize our plans.

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Why Iceland?

We decided to host this training in Iceland for a number of reasons.

First, it is a totally gorgeous example of pristine natural beauty.

Second, it is a progressive culture exploring new models of economy and value accounting.  

Third, it is a place where community and collective wisdom has a long standing tradition.

 

Seminar Logistics

Event Location:

The Open University Reykjavik, Menntavegur 1 IS-101 Reykjavík, Iceland

Lodging (coming soon)

Cost:

The cost of the event covers the tuition for the 5 days, materials associated with the workshop, and lunch on those days. All other costs (e.g., travel, lodging, and other meals) are the responsibility of the participants. There will be some shared costs for those who participate in the weekend adventure prior to the event – we will share these details as they become available. The Early Bird price is $2950.00 USD and will last until February 10th after which the cost will go up to $3450.00 USD.

Scholarships:

We have a limited number of scholarships for students and financial hardship. If you would like to apply for one of these please contact us through the contact page below.

Early Bird Price Available Until February 10th, 2018

Iceland Seminar

Early Bird Price
$2,950.00
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