I have been invited to run a session at the 2016 Be the Difference Knowledge Management Summit.
On Friday I will test a Strategic Narrative Embodiment technique for the summit called “rapid Role Recasting”. For the first time, instead of using participants to embody their own stories, I will be using actors from Drama for Life. Rapid Role Recasting is aimed at understanding where we come from and where we are going. Perhaps more importantly: what is the next step on the way? We can decide on the day what ‘we’ means in this context e.g. coaches in general or pig catchers in particular?
It is about understanding our role in the bigger picture.
Watch this space to see how the experiment went and what Elmi Bester, the summit convener who will be attending on Friday, says about it.
Topic: Rapid role Recasting: the thing you (or your client) need to do when you (they) don’t know what to do next.
Date: 22 April 2016
Time: 7am for 7:15 to 9:15 Research conversation (for all who are interested in Strategic Narrative Embodiment)
9:30-12:30 Pig Catching
NOTE: the Pig catching session will start at 9:30 sharp to make the most of our time.
Facilitator: Petro Janse van Vuuren assisted by Drama for Life actors
Cost: R250 (Includes a write-up of the session)
Venue: 305 Long Ave Ferndale
Dress: Comfortable clothes you can stretch and move in
Coffee, tea, muffins and fruit on arrival.
RSVP: by Wed 20 April
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About Pig Catching:
Pig catching is what coaches and facilitators do when we chase the moment of insight that brings shift and transformation in our clients.
Please note: No pigs get harmed, our pigs are purely metaphorical and they have wings.
Bring your curiosity, your open minds and your questions.