- Learn 3D communication skills.
- Examine your edges in trusting collective wisdom.
- Recognise the dynamics of oppression, accountability, and revenge.
- Identify predominant leadership styles, natural strengths & default positions.
- Engage practices that support shifting perspectives towards a whole systems approach.
- Discover inner work skills to stay present as a facilitator, whilst leading change processes.
Organisational change theory often focuses on the operational process needed for businesses to stay legally sound and innovatively relevant. This strategic focus alone can send organisations into treadmill turmoil where daily tasks revolve around ‘keeping up to date’ across strategies, procedures, and technologies.
Through this fire-fighting approach business affected by both sudden and long-term change see a corrosive impact in their cultural well-being. Task driven competitiveness and responsibility overwhelm coupled with a lack of social technologies in the workplace, divide team spirit in strong separatist behavior.
New dimensions of leadership and 3D approaches to organisational change are needed. Emotions and personal experience are intrinsic to conflict and change, and awareness of how the dynamics of rank, power and privilege influence all communication methods and decision-making processes during change processes are essential for a business to thrive.
Drawing directly on the foundations of Worldwork the course is based on the principle of ‘Deep Democracy’ developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell, this three-day intensive focuses on the interpersonal skills need for shifting worldviews in organisational change and will provide an in-depth opportunity to enhancing your ability to lead and facilitate challenging situations, with an emphasis on awareness, and skills development.
The course has had more impact on me than any other I have undertaken. I am more able to be fully present in any situation… it has enabled me to bring a sense of love and meaning to my life and work.Sarah, Director, UK charity
I am excited about the parallels of the course content and my own professional practiceBeth, Director
Dr Gill Emslie
Gill is a long term Ecovillage member with a diverse portfolio in community living and leading. Her current focus sees Gill working as a facilitator, coach and consultant in the NGO, social/environmental justice, business and government sectors. She runs in-depth training and team facilitation. Her work is process orientated and systemic, fostering change in individuals, teams and organisations. Gill is a qualified UKCP psychotherapist and supervisor.
Ana is an organizational consultant, trainer, therapist and executive coach. For the last 15 years, she has worked as a trainer and facilitator with individuals and groups in diverse settings ranging from the Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland, UK, USA, China, Italy, and Spain to Universities in Latin America.
She has trained in a variety of personal and organizational development skills including Systems theory, Profiling, and behavioral analysis, Supervision, Executive Coaching. Ana is also in her final stages of completing the Diploma in Process Orientated Psychology.
From 2003 to 2009 she worked for the Findhorn Foundation as HR Manager and from 2009 to 2013 as CEO.
She runs her own consultancy business working with diverse client groups, cross-sector engagement, including cross-cultural education, corporate work, civil society, and NGOs.
- £270 (Guest)
- £210 (Guest-modules 1&2 completed)
- £170 (NFA / FF member )
- £130 (NFA/FF-modules 1&2 completed)
Group rates available upon request please contact [email protected] quoting: POP3