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Beyond The Hero - Authentic Leadership with Richard Olivier and Belinda Davison Mon 25 Mar - Thu 28 Mar

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Beyond The Hero - The Second Adventure

The first adventure of life is often about proving ourselves to others - yet the all important (and often forgotten) second adventure is more concerned with legacy and finding an internal sense of purposeful service.

We will use the story of Parsifal and the mythic ‘quest for the Grail’ as a mirror in which we can reflect on our own life and the patterns that have run through it. We use Mythodramatic practices and breakthrough coaching sessions to engage in transformational learning.

Participants will gain:

  • The courage & conviction to reconnect to Soul
  • A stronger sense of purpose and integrity
  • Deep awareness of their own gifts and blind spots
  • New insights & perspectives on their life and leadership potential

Prices - single £685; shared £615; non-res £565

Course Fees include tuition, materials, accommodation and delicious home-cooked meals and refreshments.

Non-residential fee includes all of the above, except bed and breakfast.

Arrival 10.30am on Monday; course ends after lunch on Thursday.

Richard Olivier is the founder of Mythodrama™ - a new form of experiential learning. Awarded Thought Leader 2013 by the Best Practice Institute, he works internationally as a leadership development consultant and workshop leader.

Belinda Davison trained as an actor at LAMDA and spent four years as a leading actress at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. She joined Olivier Mythodrama in 2003 and is an experienced facilitator, therapist and coach whose areas of expertise are communication and presence. 

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