Public service reform means a greater demand for services, organisations and partnerships to transform what they do and the way they do it. The change needed is complex and multifaceted with a necessary focus on collaboration beyond traditional boundaries. One of the ways to ensure this change is sustained and effective is by supporting it with skilled facilitation.
However, we can sometimes experience facilitation fatigue or just need a different approach or technique to bring a sense of energy and diversity to our facilitation practice.
Methods using theatre techniques and play offer a different way of understanding complexity: perhaps a more embodied and visual way. This day is being co-designed with those who are using theatre and play techniques in their facilitation practice and happy to share their knowledge and skills.
There will be an open space format which will inclcudes offeres from Pauline Meikelham on Collaborative Theatre Inquiry, loosely based on Theory U, translated into the idea of a Play in 3 Acts, Elinor Vettraino will be looking at how myth making and storytelling can provide a vehicle for real deep self-reflection and professional growth, and Karen Lawson will be facilitating a session drawing from Critical Response Process
This event is for those who are facilitating across public services and for those who would like to develop their facilitation skills.
If you have something you would like to share please email Karen
Places for this event will be limited so you are advised to book early!