Changing with wonder
Wonder is at the core of my work. As a professional I try to stay close to my own sense of wonder, in order to invite others to inquire and experiment together in the workplace. For me, a sense of wonder is about attention, curiosity and seeing beauty and possibilities in places where that might not be self-evident. But also about taking the time to hear and inquire into each others stories in organisations, as human beings. I am always searching for those questions and stories that might create movement in a complex change issue. I love to design and facilitate change interventions and leadership programmes, but also to support the development of fellow practitioners through writing and teaching about my practice. Early 2020 I finished my doctoral research on practices that support and strengthen (a sense of) wonder in everyday and organisational life.
News and blogs
10-15-2021 / News / By Joeri Kabalt
OD for Life Gathering 2nd & 3rd of December 2021 – The NetherlandsHow can people in Organisational and Leadership Development do more to stand up for the Earth? OD for Life is a movement to connect practitioners from across Organisational and Leadership Development to help shape new narratives of progress characterized by care for all people and life on our planet.
05-11-2020 / News / By Luc Verheijen, Saskia Tjepkema, Joeri Kabalt
May 21st: Cooperrider Center webinar on Appreciative InquiryAppreciative Inquiry is a way to approach larger OD or change processes in organisations, as well...
04-16-2020 / News / By Luc Verheijen, Saskia Tjepkema, Joeri Kabalt
Webinar 'Appreciative Inquiry as Daily Leadership Practice'On April 30th the Taos Institute will organise a webinar 'Dialogue with the Authors - Appreciative Inquiry as Daily Leadership Practice' at 10:00-11.30 AM New York Time (4:00-5:30 PM Amsterdam Time). During the webinar, the authors Saskia Tjepkema, Luc Verheijen and Joeri Kabalt will share some of their favorite stories and anecdotes from the book.
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