From 2 pm Thursday 6 February to 4 pm Sunday 9 February 2014
Vaughan Park Retreat Centre, Long Bay, Auckland
Cost: $1350 plus GST (includes all meals & accommodation)
This workshop offers three days of experience, practice and conversation exploring different ways of reading social contexts; growing intuitive and rigorous understanding of complex, chaotic, or seemingly stuck situations; and designing interventions that may restore wholeness to fragmenting parts.
A learning experience with a difference
It’s not often we experience a transformative shift in our way of seeing, thinking and acting in the world. Allan Kaplan and Sue Davidoff are development practitioners, teachers and writers with an international reputation now well established in New Zealand for enabling such learning experiences.
If you are engaged with any aspect of social development, transformation and renewal as a leader, facilitator, activist, researcher, professional or citizen – and are looking for new insights to deepen your practice of facilitating change within complex, unpredictable social contexts – join them in their workshop.
Further information about the workshops: go to this website – it includes comments from past participants describing how they were profoundly changed by extraordinary activities that stretched their seeing muscles, deepened their sense of self and illuminated what they have to offer in their life, work and leadership for social change.
For more information about Allan and Sue’s work: click here . Amongst other programmes, they are currently conducting an international Masters Programme in Reflective Social Practice.
Enquiries/registration contact: Simin Williams firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone number: 06-8688002