In a world on the brink of collapse, changing so fast and yet in many ways not fast enough, we need broad and deep systems change. The School of System Change exists to nurture the work of leaders and changemakers who are embracing complexity and bringing about hopeful futures.
We create pathways from overwhelm to agency.
The School of System Change is unique in our multi-method approach to learning, recognising there is no one way to create change but a wealth of tools and frameworks to choose from.
Discernment is a key capacity for our times.
Our inspiring contributors and talented facilitators from across the field of systems change share a passion for supporting people to navigate different ways of thinking, acting and being as we develop our collective capacity for transformation. Together, we contribute to evolving the field and practices of systems change.
Since 2016, the School of System Change has supported 500+ leaders and changemakers from the worlds of business, not-for-profit, social enterprise, government, funding, movement organising, consultancy and the arts to integrate systems change into their work. We engage with people working within their contexts - as professionals in organisations, networks, sectors and movements.
Ongoing work to shift paradigms needs sustained cultures and structures of collective learning in context.
From the outset, we have partnered with organisations, networks, funders and practitioners to develop the School and broaden our impact. We have a small and committed enabling team of people who all play multiple roles, walking the talk of more systemic ways of organising!
Our team is based in the UK, France, Germany, the US, and occasionally New Zealand: