Working on complex issues with multiple people and interests is challenging, and conflicts will surely arise. This session explores the origins and drivers of conflict as a way to help collaborative leaders better understand complexity, respond to change, and remain focused on the broader needs, interests, and concerns of your diverse community.
Navigating Complexity, Conflict and Change
Santa Cruz Mountains Stewardship Network
Dylan Skybrook is the Manager of the Santa Cruz Mountains Stewardship Network. Previously, Skybrook was a systems leadership consultant who has worked with United Way, Arts Midwest, Impact Hub Minneapolis/Saint Paul, the Minnesota Social Innovation Lab and many others. Skybrook designed online learning modules on systems thinking and complexity at the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota as well as guest lecturing on the topic at Kaos Pilots in Aarhus, Denmark and the Masters in Strategic Leadership toward Sustainability program at Blekinge Tekniska Hogskola in Karlskrona, Sweden.
Skybrook’s recent article, Navigating Purpose and Collaboration in Social Impact Networks for Stanford Social Innovation Review can be viewed here.
The Stewardship Network