6 November 2011

So what are you actually doing? When you say you're doing facilitation (or something else)? With Claire Jankelson (PhD) | Monday Nov 14, 5.30pm

A session that will work towards defining the kinds of questions that are invigorating our work; a clarification of our leadership; of the individuality that we each bring!

Are you intrigued by the notion of what you are actually doing? Work in this context can be whatever it is that you do – or that you spend a lot of time, doing.

This session will be an opportunity to hold a dialogue with our work.

· How do we shape the 'substance' that is our work?

· How are we 'in sympathy' with our work?

· And what are those moments in our work where we feel amazed? Amazed to be alive!

Using short exercises, we will notice the moments of our work that ‘flow’ and through playing with the words and sentences that form, we’ll shape or articulate what we (actually) bring.

We hope this event will clarify and invigorate what we (actually) do.

Claire Jankelson (PhD)

With teaching as a primary role, Claire has a particular interest in the nature of learning. In the last 2 years, Claire has been teaching Transformative Leadership at UWS, conducting research at the Metavision Institute and supervising PhD's at Macquarie Graduate School of Management. Claire has also been president of nonprofit organisation Spirituality, Leadership and Management (SLaM) with conference in September 2011 and ongoing SLaM cafes.

Venue: [Our usual venue]

University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Jones Street, Ultimo corner Thomas Street.

Room 5.580 Level 5, Building 10, Take the lift to level 5, cross the atrium footbridge, walk straight ahead to room 580.


From 5:30pm to 7:30pm sharp | No RSVP - Just turn up

Blog www.facilitatorsnetwork.blogspot.com

Emergency contact this meeting | Greg Jenkins greg@tincanlearning.com | 0418 486 501