Critical Business School is a monthly workshop series for life-long learners who seek creativity, and context for their practice, in a changing world.
In the space between Harvard Business Review and Aeon.
The same way a hike up a mountain means different things for different people, this is a place to collectively prompt, but individually refelct.
It is a container for discovery, framing, and reframing as the first step to integrating our creative surplus into our work.
After fulfilling your roles and duties, you might have a creative surplus: thoughts and ideas that don’t fit or don’t exist in language. These become background noise or professional resentment without care and attention.
Critical Business School is a container with no plan or goals. It is a place to get to know your practice. We can show up anew with no introductions and raise above any inertia towards agreement or collaboration.
A series of workshops groups are small (4 people), every Friday at noon ET. Four hours per month, $400 per month.
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