Learn by doing, reflecting, discovering and applying knowledge and skills to work situations.
Say Yes Playback Improvisation : Sept 22 2018
Build confidence and spontaneity, learn to listen deeply, explore your creativity, manage yourself better when the unexpected happens, think on your feet, move in new ways and have fun!
For group workers, community workers, gardeners, teachers, musicians, scientists, administrators, new and old Playback theatre performers …anyone who wishes to explore the benefits of improvisation using Playback Theatre.
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Women Changing Leadership through the Art of Story: Oct 27 2018
This experiential workshops uses transformational story telling, futures thinking and creative play to support women on their leadership journey. Hosted by Jen Barrkman and Willow Pryor this workshop will encourage you to challenge your leadership story, build your confidence to act, think outside the box and inspire you. This workshop is designed for current and emerging leaders in any field of work. For more information and registration
Listening To the Heart:
Listening is critical in every aspect of our life and work. We explore the art of listening to people’s stories and experiences so they are heard and valued.
For Managers, administrators, psychologists, aged care services,service providers, engineers, support workers, project managers, health professionals …anyone who wants to listen better to others!
Facilitation for Engagement:
Many of us work in groups in different contexts. Learn new, active ways to stimulate and engage participants.
For group workers, trainers, teachers, community workers, psychologists, volunteers, self help co-ordinators ….
“We were able to cut down on the didactic teaching and really open the floor for sharing and learning together. Thank you so much for your coaching and support.”
– Jodie Booth, Senior Occupational Therapist, Child and Youth Community Health Service.
The workshop was active, well explained, great practise, great timing, great venue and great facilitation”
– Julie Johnson, Mamre.