Learning and practice day
Facilitator: Dick Baker
A peer-led day of Social Presencing Theatre (SPT) learning and practice. SPT brings to the surface a clearer sense of the relationships, hidden dynamics, and emerging possibilities inherent in a team, organisation or larger system to understand current reality and exploring emerging future possibilities. For anyone interested in Theory U or SPT for their work and life this network day gives an opportunity to share practice, learn, connect and have fun. Everyone is welcome whether you have experience of SPT and Theory U or not.
Event time: Wed 5th Jun at 9:30am - Wed 5th Jun at 5:00pm
At a glance
- Learn about and practice Social Presencing Theatre (SPT)
- Experience techniques such as 4D mapping and other embodied practices
What participants will gain
- Opportunity to connect, recharge and re-energise
- Networking with like-minded professionals and changemakers
- Information on new techniques for working with teams and groups
Social Presencing Theatre (SPT) is a methodology, developed under the leadership of Arawana Hayashi, for understanding current reality and exploring emerging future possibilities. SPT can be practised at the level of the individual, group, organisation, and larger social systems. It is one of the most important and effective methods developed by the Presencing Institute, based at MIT, Boston, USA and has been used effectively for over ten years in business, government, and civil society settings, in places as varied as Brazil, Indonesia, China, Europe and the United States. This is not ‘theatre’ in the conventional sense but uses simple body postures and movements to dissolve limiting concepts, to communicate directly, to access intuition, and to make visible both current reality and the deeper – often invisible – leverage points for creating profound change. For further information click here.
Price includes materials, delicious two-course lunch and refreshments.
Registration from 9.00am-9:30am.
Dick Baker supports organisations designing and facilitating change and developing new ways of working to better reflect the complexity of the modern work environment to help them navigate sustainably into the future. As we enter a time of seismic change, in business and society, Dick is passionate about helping organisations engage in purposeful work in a meaningful way.
Dick has training in Social Presencing Theatre with Arawana Hayashi of the UK-based Presencing Institute, and also in Systemic Coaching & Constellations (with Jenny MacKewn).
He has over 20 years consulting experience across a range of companies in the UK and internationally across sectors and non-profits.Visit Tutor's Website
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