A conversation is the smallest agent of change
How often do you spend 90 minutes with a complete stranger exploring deep and difficult questions? Having a conversation which may expose your deepest fears and wildest hopes with complete transparency and abandon? The ‘Connected Conversations’ dinner is a chance for a few brave souls to jump into the unknown. Spend an evening experiencing deeper connection to ourselves and others – simply by paying attention to questions we don’t often stop to ask – with someone you have never met before.
Through a facilitated process you will find your dinner companion and then explore a menu of meaningful questions over a delicious three course dinner at The Walrus in central Brighton.
Just 26 places are available to join us on a quest to connect more deeply in a safe and confidential group of people who are committed to seeking more meaningful conversation before Meaning conference.
‘Connected Conversations’ is hosted and facilitated by Jenny Andersson and Moyra Mackie. Jenny helps teams and organisations re-imagine ways in which they can integrate actions for people and planet into business and brand strategy through facilitated conversations and workshops. Moyra Mackie has spent twenty years helping leaders and teams to work with courage, commitment and creativity, leading to more meaningful work and more sustainable success. As an EMCC Accredited Coach (Master Practitioner) with an MSc from Ashridge Hult Business School, kick-starting quality conversations is at the heart of the work she does.
Meaning Fringe events are independently organised and separately ticketed.