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Leadership, Adaptability and Autonomy - Richard Olivier and Phyllida Hancock Wed 04 Oct - Fri 06 Oct

  • Sustainability

An Olivier Mythodrama event

Shakespeare’s play As You Like It presents a world on the threshold of dramatic change. The themes encountered provide a fertile landscape to navigate questions in our own volatile, uncertain and complex era. The challenges of balancing continuity and strategy with the need for freedom and autonomy are evoked through the compelling narrative and language of Shakespeare, combined with constellations and dialogue to offer a rich environment for insightful change making in our own lives and that of our society.

Richard Olivier is the creator of Mythodrama, an Associate Fellow of Said Business School, University of Oxford, a Fellow of the Findhorn Foundation and author of Inspirational Leadership – Henry V and the Muse of Fire.

Phyllida Hancock is a trained actor now working as a freelance facilitator in a broad range of sectors. She has been an Associate of Olivier Mythodrama since 2003.

Testimonials from Hamlet:

"What can you say? Emotionally charged, superbly delivered, content rich. A brilliant bringing together of different concepts and disciplines to provide a framework for the leadership journey."

"Utterly outstanding - gave me a way to change my point of view in how I operate as a leader"

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.

Individual rate - for individuals and employees of charities, CICs, NGOs etc

residential single £450; shared £400; non-residential £365

Corporate & Professional rate residential single £700; non-residential £515. Includes Certificate for CPD Continuing Professional Development

Arrival: Wednesday 4  October Coffee/tea at10.30am for 11.00am start.  Course ends after lunch on Friday 6 October

 

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