Discover and learn how we can nurture and enrich stories that we value so that it can have a more important place in our individual and organisational lives
What is it about?
Individually and organisationally our lives are filled with moments that spark our imaginations of a different future. Sometimes we wish these significant moments can play a larger role in our lives. In our two days together, we will explore the following:
- Discover practices that uncover alternative moments and outcomes
- Discover and learn how individuals and communities can cultivate narratives that take them forward
- How do we weave alternative moments through embodiment and rituals into our communal and individual lives?
- What is the relationship and impact of alternative narratives on the context
- Discover the narratives of our imagined futures
When? 6-7 April 2021 and 5-6 October 2021 @15h00-21h00 SAST
Where? Zoom interactive online workshop
Who should attend? Re-authoring workshops come alongside all who fulfil an individual- or team role within their organisations, institutions or communities such as: leaders, managers, HR and OD practitioners, coaching professionals, educators, social workers, facilitators of group-work, activists and healthcare professionals.
The cost: $250 per person
How will we learn? The workshop is one in a series of six workshops that can be attended as a whole or separately. These workshops address the most important themes of re-authoring ideas and practices over a 6-month period. The workshops are designed to be stand-alone experiences of learning so that participants can enter the journey at any point without feeling excluded.
If you are interested in integrating the re-authoring ideas and practices into your life and work, you can also take part in an apprentice journey that will run simultaneously to the workshop mentioned above.
Invite me to adapt and facilitate this workshop for you: This workshop is also available to organisations or communities.
Contact me for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org