The Losing Control Network Events are hosted by members from within the network itself. There are two different types of network events:

Losing Control Safari 

Safaris are:

  • Visits to organisations, movements, or networks (“the host”) that are really getting to grips with what Losing Control means for them.
  • It is hosted around an issue or “learn with me” challenge that the host(s) are grappling with.
  • Nothing quite beats helping others to learn yourself either.
  • Safaris may include guided tours, meeting key stakeholders, interactive workshops, discussions over meals, and more!
Losing Control “Teach Me” Sessions

Teach Me sessions are workshops across the country focussing on:

  • Sharing specific skills and insights from hosts who have actually applied these before and know what they’re talking about.
  • Cutting edge technology, co-budgeting, facilitation skills, communications, movement building, power dynamics, group dynamics, culture and more!

Upcoming events:

Losing Control Safari to The Black Prince Trust

Safari - London


3 December 2019

What’s next for community centres?

Losing control? You were never in control

Teach me - London

9 January 2020

A workshop on the unconscious processes in groups and self-organising teams.

Losing Control Safari to Eden Project

Safari - Cornwall

March 2020 – dates TBC

How do you lose control of a network

Booking not yet open – register your interest.

Navigating Uncertainty: tools & practices for steering your organisation through complexity

Teach me - Plymouth

March 2020 (tbc)

A one-day introduction to more horizontal ways of working that bring out the best in you and those around you.

Booking not open yet. Register your interest with Karen@thesocialchangeagency.org

Watch this space as we announce more Losing Control Network Events

Past events:

Getting Agreement to Get Things Done – Decision-Making in Action

Teach me - London, Oxford

July and September 2019.