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Navigating the Storms of Change - Richard Olivier & Lesley Quilty Mon 16 Apr - Wed 18 Apr

  • Sustainability

Archetypal wisdom for transition and transformation

Drawing on the timeless wisdom encoded into Shakespeare last masterpiece, The Tempest, and recent discoveries in Archetypal Psychology, we will embark on a mythodramatic journey of personal and professional development. The story draws particularly on the Archetypes of the Transformer, the Dreamer, the Lover and the Explorer and reveals them to be essential ingredients of any successful change process. Participants are invited to bring a live issue connected to a transition or transformation they are going through in work or life to use as a live ‘case study’ during our time together. The workshop will be highly interactive and experiential in nature. 

single £490; shared £450; non-res £410

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.

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.

Lesley Quilty is a creative consultant, facilitator, coach, theatre artist and clown doctor. Lesley has worked with Mythodrama™ since 2008; and her work is inspired by 20 years experience of creative expression, personal and organisational development, coaching and facilitation. 

Please note this course begins at 10.30am on Monday 16 April

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