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Mohan Murti, is Managing Director - Europe of Reliance Industries Limited - among India’s largest private sector company - a Fortune Global 100 company. He has over 40 years experience in promoting global business strategy, developing long-term relationships with vendors and creating mutually beneficial partnerships between European & Indian governments and corporations.Mohan has a Bachelors Degree in Law & Science and a Masters Diploma in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management.He is a Fellow of the French Government Agency for Commercial, Technical & Industrial Cooperation (ACTIM), Paris, France.He also serves on the Executive Committee of the United Nations – Defeat NCD Partnership.Mohan writes on topical issues in leading newspapers and is an Op-Ed columnist for a leading business newspaper. He is also author of book “Walking the Indian Labyrinth – A Pilgrimage in Eternity”. This anthology of over 250 selected essays spanning his writings from the last forty years distills what constitutes good governance and efficacious development - with findings that do not validate the conformist wisdom.
Gitta Peyn, systems researcher and cyberneticist, co-developer of FORMWELT and WELTFORM, founder of the FORMWELTen Institute for Renewing Systems Research and the Larnaca Conferences.Since 1988 she has been working with her husband on systemic and sustainable models, concepts and tools for communication, social and cognitive design and systemic complexity-conscious education and language. With FORMWELT team, she is in the process of building a global platform that empowers all people to systemic communication and education for understanding oriented global collaboration, superintelligent problem solving and human multiresilience.In 2020 she presented what FORMWELT can do for intersectionality and collective intelligence in times of metacrises at the conference "Strategies for transformative global Leadership" organized by the United Nations and the World Academy of Art and Science.Together with her husband Ralf, Gitta has dedicated her life to ensuring good survival of mankind. For over 30 years she has been committed to releasing human superintelligence and creativity with the help of FORMWELT.FORMWELT was built for this one purpose, that people everywhere on earth are empowered to emancipate themselves in their cognitive spaces and that humanity can survive by being able to unleash its evolutionarily inherent vast powers of the mind.Gitta is firmly convinced: The future of humanity depends on the degree of reflexive self-awareness and complexity management skills that people, organizations and societies attain.
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Prof. Karambu Ringera, KenyaProf. Karambu Ringera, PhD intercultural communication University of Denver and Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA lives in Meru, Kenya.She is the 2019 Global Impact Award recipient, the 2019 Mark Wilhelm Award for Courage of Convictions; a 2016 Cordes Social Entrepreneurs Fellow; a 2015/16 Next Generation Leader Fellow of the McCain Institute for International Leadership, USA; the 2015 Life Achievement Award and 2015 Master Scholar Award winner, University of Denver, USA; and the 2012 African Achievers Award, UK – for her cutting edge work in innovative and sustainable models of development & peacebuilding, women’s human rights , children’s rights and global leadership programs around the world.Karambu is the founder and president of the Tiriji Foundation (TF); International Peace Initiatives (IPI); and the founder: the Amani Children’s Homes (ACHs), the New Generation Leaders (NGL) program; and Tiriji Eco Centre; and co-founder of the Practical Permaculture Institute, Mount Kenya Region.Using a systems-thinking and regenerative model, she has used her extensive academic background and international experience working in many countries to design and implement models of effective community engagement, women’s & youth’s grassroots leadership programs, collaborative problem solving models, preemptive and post conflict reconciliation, and proactive health campaigns. She has built a successful, working model of “Amani Homes,” community homes of peace for orphans and vulnerable children in Meru, Kenya. In addition, she has created a vocational skills school that teaches so-called ‘school drop outs’ how to use their skills to create successful businesses. 80% of students graduating from this program set up their own businesses!
Clara Wong, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China- Senior leadership advisor with McKinsey- Executive coach and facilitator- Certified on brain-based leadership topics by Neuroleadership Institute- Extensive experience on business, culture and leadership transformation- Certified facilitator on HR Leadership Academy by CEB(Corporate Executive Board)- Ex Senior Vice President of Walmart, on Human Resources- Ex Vice President of Coach, on Human Resources- Founder of Shenzhen Shiling Management Company Ltd.
Kristin Eissfeldt, Germany“Let's connect and bring out the best and diversest everyone has to offer - this is how superintelligence is emerging, which we need in times of crisis“ – for Kristin already last years` motivation to contribute to the Larnaca Conferences (in 2020 called „We need a change“).With a degree in economics in her background, profound psychological as well as systems theory education and professional experience as an executive search consultant, coach and facilitator, Kristin is part of the FORMWELT team for almost two years now.She is convinced that the future must be made by people with the following facilities: highly developed consciousness, ability to deal with complexity, clear communication skills and conflict competence. That is why she integrates FORMWELT in her conscious business attitude and toolbox.Kristin loves humans from the bottom of her heart and has a memory of an elephant. So organizing, facilitating and following up this globally connecting and transdisciplinary conference project for improvement of mankind is a matter close to her heart.
Barbara Zuber, FacilitationBarbara is the co-founder of the school-of-facilitating, an institute in Berlin that trains the facilitation approach for internal and external facilitators and for leadership roles. She holds the strong belief that facilitation is a philosophy and a set of skills necessary for evolving into our future business development and transformation. Barbara was part of the last year conference as a speaker and volunteers this year in the role of facilitation as this is her expert role.She is looking forward to the conference that brings together interesting people and multilevel perspectives on our today and future issues - always curious what will evolve when time and space is given for dialog.Barbara brings in her experience as facilitator and leadership coach with companies that enhance their current way of operating to become more agile and more future ready.“Give voice to the things we have on our minds, give space for the voices to be heard.”
Jürgen Große-Puppendahl, ModeratorJürgen is a seasoned moderator and considered as an organisational and societal catalyst.His careful and attentive way of dealing with people and words contribute to setting the stage for environments of deep inquiry and change. Thus important spaces of possibility are created. Jürgen's multi-layered moderator work and related experiences in international industry, public institutions and counseling projects foster the implementation of transdisciplinary approaches and of systemic understanding, thinking and communication.Jürgen dedicates his voluntary work wholeheartedly to Formwelt and The Larnaca Conferences. Heinz von Förster put Jürgen's call in his quote so aptly:"Freedom and responsibility belong together. Only those who are free and could always act differently, can act responsibly."
Claudia Lutschewitz, FacilitationClaudia is a psychologist and works professionally as a mediator and facilitator.Her heart beats and burns for heterogeneous dispute culture.She in joining the conference out of conviction because she believes that something has to move. In her view, the issues raised and carried forward at the conference may and must continue to grow through discussion and exchange. She sees her task at the conference in accompanying sessions as a facilitator, supporting the atmosphere there and giving space.Claudia brings her experience as a dialogue facilitator and future-oriented as well as hopeful and positive human being.Her motto: "Dialogue as horizon” (David Bohm)And what you maybe should know about her …People who know Claudia better say: "Claudia is crazy, reliable, inquisitive and she can be a bit feisty and bullheaded at times."
Hans Kluge, Germany“I probably don’t know the solution, though I admire the problem.” – Hans Kluge is creative nerd, agile project manager and systemic coach. With his leading question on “how to make work prettier” he is questioning organisational structures and preceding traditions. As a generalist he’s thinking beyond, tries out and enables in the given context.After a standard business administration study and the according career-driven track through corporations and agencies the dissonance between the how we work and what we do grew. Starting a journey to find the more and future fitting solutions he stumbled uponnew work, agile methods, systems theory, systemic coaching, and other mindset bricks assembling an overall image. The guiding principle “I probably don’t know, let us find that out together” accompanied Hans to work freelance.As a multidimensional bridge builder between tradition and future he is dedicated to project management with integrated coaching. In the scope of graphic and web/IT he provides creative eruptions and solutions outside the box.Moderating and facilitating parts of the Larnaca Conference is an exciting trip in Hans’ journey for finding new future fitting solutions – leastwise knowing how to create them. Furthermore, he continues his FORMwelt research with practical utilization.
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