Gemeinsam für den Wandel

09. - 15. Juli 2020

Kreatives Leadership ist Teil unseres Wesens. Kurz gesagt, es ist ein Teil dessen, was wir sind. Die neue Konferenz Kreatives Leadership - Gemeinsam für den Wandel befasst sich daher mit der persönlichen Ebene, dem Austausch von Erfahrungen und der gemeinsamen Erarbeitung einer neuen Form eines globalen Leaderships, das den Bedürfnissen unserer Zeit entspricht. Während der Konferenz werden wir gemeinsam der Frage "Was ist kreatives Leadership?" nachgehen und ein tieferes und breiteres Verständnis dafür entwickeln, was dies für uns bedeutet.

Die Idee zu dieser Konferenz stammt von den über 250 jungen Changemakern aus 98 verschiedenen Nationalitäten, die in den letzten drei Jahren am Caux Peace and Leadership-Programm (CPLP) teilgenommen haben. Die Konferenz richtet sich an alle, die einen aktiven Wandel in der heutigen Gesellschaft herbeiführen wollen. Wie Kofi Annan 2013 in Caux 2013 sagte: "Man ist nie zu jung, um zu führen. Man ist nie zu jung, um das zu tun, woran man tatsächlich glaubt. Wir sagen immer wieder, die Zukunft gehöre der Jugend. Sie gehört euch nur, wenn ihr sie euch nehmt."

 

CPLP girls


Warum gibt es diese Konferenz?

Unsere Welt ist ein Ort, der sich schnell verändert und von Unruhen, Konflikten und Umweltzerstörung geprägt ist. Die jungen Menschen, die ihn eines Tages erben, werden oft von Entscheidungsprozessen, die ihre Gegenwart und Zukunft beeinflussen, ausgeschlossen. Es ist heute von entscheidender Bedeutung, dass die jüngere Generation bereit ist, Vertrauen zu entwickeln, um Schritte nach vorne zu gehen und für sich selbst einzustehen. Um die verschiedenen Hindernisse und Schranken zu überwinden, mit denen sie unweigerlich konfrontiert werden, müssen sie wissen, wie sie sich an den kritischen Entscheidungen um unseren Planeten und die Menschheit beteiligen können. Dieser Wandlungsprozess wird durch neue Methoden inspiriert, die die Vision eines jungen Leaderships verändern.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass dieses Online-Event in Englisch stattfindet. Weitere Informationen und das Programm finden Sie hier.

 

Was ist kreatives Leadership?

"Selbstausdruck, Innovation" - Tanaka

"Kreativ zu sein ist mutig, die Bereitschaft, in die Tiefe zu gehen oder Entscheidungen zu treffen, auch wenn wir das Ergebnis nicht kennen. Es ist die Weisheit, zu wissen, wie man sich an verschiedene Menschen, Projekte und Umgebungen anpassen kann. Wer wir sind, entscheidet darüber, wie wir führen". - Rachel

"Die Fähigkeit, anders zu denken. Wie denkt man kreativ in einer Situation, in der es Druck gibt und die Menschen von Ihnen abhängig sind? Wie kann man kreative Gedanken und Ideen haben und sie in die Tat umsetzen? Wie sieht Unterscheidungsvermögen aus?" - Phoebe

"Arbeiten Sie zuerst heraus, was Sie erreichen wollen, wie und zu welchem Zweck? Wie gebe ich das, was ich in Caux gelernt habe, der Welt weiter? Wie kann ich meine Fähigkeiten nutzen?" - Redempta

"Es geht um ein visionäres Leadership und gibt Richtung und Schritte vor, wie man dorthin gelangt. Die Ideen der Menschen sind bei einem kreativen Führungsstil von Bedeutung, und der Konsens wird von verschiedenen Stimmen/Meinungen getragen. Kreatives Leadership bedeutet, auf verschiedene Meinungen und Ideen zu hören, um eine informierte und umfassende Entscheidung zu treffen." - Romano

"Meiner Meinung nach gehört es zu einem kreativen Leadership zu wissen, welche Aufgabe für wen gut ist. Den Mitgliedern zu helfen, ihr volles Potenzial in den richtigen Bereichen zu erreichen und ihre Zeit und Mühe nicht an einem Ort zu vergeuden, wo sie nicht hingehören. Kreatives Leadership bedeutet auch, dass man Probleme schnell und effizient lösen kann. Mit anderen Worten, intelligenter arbeiten, nicht härter". - Sawsan

Creative Leadership

referentinnen und referenten

Harmen van Dijk
Co-Präsentator mit Rodrigo Martínez Romero
Niederlande
 
Pepe García
Co-presenting with Rodrigo Martínez Romero
Mexiko
 
Jin In
USA / Südkorea
   
Sonita Mbah
Kamerun
   
Tony Sakr
USA
 

Facilitators

Antoine Chelala
Lebanon
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  My name is Antoine Chelala and I am a recent graduate from the American University of Beirut with a background in business and social psychology. I always considered myself as a dreamer for believing in a better world. When I attended the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2017, I discovered that I am not the only one. Getting involved with Initiatives of Change Lebanon and returning to the CPLP in 2019 confirmed my belief in the importance of personal change in the wider scheme of local and global change. This is one of the reasons why I am very excited about the Creative Leadership conference, which will bring Caux, a place of inspiration and connection, to our homes.
Zeinab Dilati
Lebanon / Ivory Coast
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  Zeinab Dilati, aka Zee, is a feminist activist, a maths teacher and a mentor. She has been part of the CPLP faculty team for the past two years. She considers Caux as one of the best places in the world to provide a safe space for people from different backgrounds to share, listen and eventually understand and learn more about each other. She believes that the key to becoming a great leader is empathy and taking the initiative whether on a personal level or in the world around us.
Sebastian Hasse
Germany
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  Sebastian Hasse’s career path has been serpentine. He started out studying Computer Science in his hometown, Lübeck. Realizing that this diploma did not make him happy he followed an acting career, changed to filmmaking and finally returned to IT as a consultant in the family business. He is first chairperson of a small volunteer-based NGO in Berlin which focuses on non-formal education for young adults in Central- and Eastern Europe. Through several international encounters over the years, he found his way to IofC and Caux. This inspired him to train in mediation and to be part of the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2019. Sebastian loves stories and believes that paradoxes and contradictory perspectives are an essential part of human life.
John Paul Kulumba
Uganda
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  My name is John Paul Kulumba and I am currently studying Industrial Engineering at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. I am passionate about positively challenging the status quo within oneself and society. I view leadership as constantly stepping forward to seek growth within yourself and sharing it with those around you. I attended the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2018. This amazing experience enabled me to start building a global network and to grow and learn from and with amazing people from around the world. Three words to summarize the feelings I experienced: love, hope and joy.
Ahmed Mosaab
Egypt
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  My name is Ahmed Mosaab and I'm a data analyst, amateur photographer, woodworker and CPLP alumnus. During the time I spent at Caux I had the opportunity to share my story and listen to the stories of people from all corners of the world. Through this dialogue I realized that even though we come from different backgrounds, we share the same problems and the same hopes for our communities. There is so much to learn from each other and that is why I want to be part of this conference. I believe in the power of people coming together, united by the desire to change the world for the better.
Siya Myeza
South Africa
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  My name is Siya Myeza and I work with marginalized communities in Cape Town on social and environmental justice issues and specifically on access to clean, equitable and affordable water. My work with the Environmental Monitoring Group focuses on creating space for ordinary citizens to engage with and influence decision makers. I knew about Caux before I got there. It was explained as a peaceful and majestic place. The feelings I felt when I was in Caux were a huge sense of peace, tranquility and freedom. To me leadership is the way a person lives his/her life. Being peaceful, caring, supportive and creative is leadership at the personal level. Everything starts there.
Alvin Odins
Nigeria
  Alvin Odins is currently working as a programme officer with a humanitarian organization. His focus is on the implementation of stabilization policy within the context of peace and security. Outside work he is engaged with information technology, reading, cooking, mentoring young people and enjoying personal quiet time.
Maruee Pahuja
India
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  Maruee Pahuja is an Expressive Arts facilitator and is pursuing her Master’s in Expressive Arts Therapy from the European Graduate School. She is also a specialty contact lens consultant and ocularist. She is the creative training co-lead for People Beyond Borders. Her passion, curiosity and research lie in the direction of building a wholesome healthcare system that incorporates intermodal art practices in the medical field. Maruee finds her grounding through her love for gardening and believes that nature and art are her soul food. She was part of CPLP 2019 and is excited to connect with her global family (virtually) this year.
Lisette Palella
USA
  Lisette Palella is from the United States, but considers herself a global citizen. She came to Caux for the first time in 2015, as a part of the interns programme. She was part of CPLP in 2017 and joined the Caux Hospitality team for 2018 and 2019. She works for a financial company in New York, and is always trying to bring the values of Caux into the world around her.
Amy Randles
United Kingdom
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  My name is Amy Randles, I’m 20 and I’m an international development student from near Liverpool, England. This will be my third, although quite unusual, year doing something with Caux. I’ve been both a Young Ambassador (YAP), and a YAP facilitator. My favourite part of Caux is meeting new people and hearing their stories in group discussions and Human Library events. I’m interested in working in the charity sector, so I’m looking forward to learning leadership skills from participants. I really hope that you all enjoy this year’s conference!
Sawsan Raslan
Syria
  My name is Sawsan Raslan and I am a young Syrian activist, enthusiast and explorer. I joined the Caux family during 2016 and found myself wanting to be involved in everything IofC has to offer. I have a certificate in facilitating dialogue groups from Erasmus. I am really excited about the Creative Leadership conference and hope you are too!
Veronika Verner
Russia
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  Veronika Verner is a communication specialist with five years of professional experience in international communication and advocacy, currently working for the Council of Europe. She previously worked with the United Nations in Senegal. Veronika has also worked for non-profit organizations in the area of social policy and did an internship with UNDP, assisting in research on SDG 16 (peace, justice and strong institutions). She volunteered in a social cohesion project in Paris, which aimed to reduce tensions among citizens from different cultural backgrounds. She participated in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme 2018. She has been selected as a UNAOC Fellow 2020.
Marla Zgheib
Lebanon
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  Marla Zgheib is currently serving as a National Junior Professional at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. She is working collaboratively to enhance the Tribunal’s contributions to peace and justice in local communities. She graduated with a degree in Political Studies with a focus on international law. She has been directly involved in various victim protection projects in local NGOs in Lebanon. After participating in several international programmes, Marla took part in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2019. This experience increased her political consciousness, leadership potential and heart for service and motivated her to join Initiatives of Change IofC Lebanon and to seek humanitarian career paths. She is also involved in Theatre of the Oppressed workshops as she believes theatre can be used to challenge the oppression that people face in everyday life.
Sarah Snoussi
Tunesien
Besfort Syla
Kosovo
 
Dana Salama
Palestina / Syrien
Sala McCarthy-Stonex
USA / Neuseeland
 
Andrea Morán
Ecuador
Angelika Kobl
Deutschland
     
Anne Sofie
Dänemark
Asmaa Sleem
Ägypten
Shadi Malak
Ägypten
Nourhan Badr
Ägypten
Burak Tantay
Türkei
Anuradha Abrykoon
Sri Lanka
Fatouma Tabet Salam
Djibouti
 
Nour Diab
Libanon
Kim Milanes
Kanada

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Daniel Clements

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