Founded in 2011 by Mitzi Wyman, Fulcrum Leaders is a network whose members include heads of global organisations, activists, teachers, legislators and professionals from across health and social care.
Our gatherings promote dialogue, the exchange of ideas and the exploration of a subject from very different perspectives in order to expand understanding and gain insight.
“When I first invited people I knew to join Fulcrum, I thought of those who were “so much more than just what they do”. Beyond the big title or high profile, they cared deeply about the challenges facing society and were taking action to generate greater compassion, equity, fairness and sustainability for the benefit of all. At our events, we also look to the future and invite young people to join us and together generate inter-generational dialogue around today’s key challenges”.
Typical Fulcrum gatherings
Early evening salons
Up to 10 members come together to create a cultural hub, break bread, enjoy rich conversation and share leadership challenges and insights.
These are larger events and opened to guests. Previous events have touched on topics ranging from Betrayal and Forgiveness to Authority and most recently Sustainability. The sessions begin with one or two presentations to prompt reflection and discussion.
These are exclusive, invitation-only, events. These are limited to 12 and facilitated by Fulcrum founder Mitzi Wyman. Members are introduced to a form of Dialogue that builds on the latest techniques from neuroscience and systems leadership, in the context of a particular issue. As well as making significant connections, members are able to put these techniques to immediate use to enhance boardroom thinking and decision making.
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