The use of Liberating Structures in improvement work has spread widely since the first training at Q annual events and Q’s immersion workshops. Many people find them an inspiring way to run more inclusive, innovative and productive meetings.
This new Q LS user group will offer a ‘safe space’ to share our experiences and try out Liberating Structures together – both new ones, and more familiar ones. It’s a peer-learning space – where people like you will lead (or co-lead) each LS, rather than veteran trainers.
** Please register here to book your place and receive your personal log-in details **
‘Liberating Structures in a time of Zoom’
LS feels particularly timely at the moment, with so many meetings moved into Zoom, Teams etc due to COVID-19. Yet the opportunities that Liberating Structures give us for making these truly engaging, fun and creative meetings are all too often missed when people run their meetings. We can change this!
This group is organised by Neil Dunford, Matt Clack and Matthew Mezey. If you’d like to join us in organising future Q LS user group meetings, please get in touch.
More info (FAQs, how-tos etc) about all the Liberating Structures is here.
You can join Q’s ‘Liberating Structures in healthcare’ group here – all welcome.
There’s also an LS user group (started by two Q members) in Scotland. Contact Kirsty Ellis – and other groups in London, Cardiff, Leeds and the West Midlands. (The latter two suspended due to the pandemic).