INVITATION TO CATCH PIGS
Topic: Moving People
Date: 4 December 2015
Time: 7am for 7:15 to 10am Pig Catching
10:30-12:30 Research conversation (for all who are interested in Strategic Narrative Embodiment)
NOTE: We will start at 7:15 sharp to make the most of our time.
Facilitator: Hamish Neill (from Drama for Life)
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 1 December.
More on the topic:
What is this shift in leadership and Organisation Development that everyone is talking about?
Some call it a change from Command and Control to Sensing and Responding
Others say it is Autocratic to Participative Leadership
Some try to explain it by using metaphors for the kinds of Organisations we want e.g. no more machine like organisations, rather organic ones, or ones that work like the human brain. Still others say an organisation should be looked at as a work of art…
There are also those that talk of a Vision and Values based culture versus a virtuoso culture, or a profit focussed organisation versus one that aims for a triple bottom line i.e. people planet and profit.
Whatever the shift is that our new changing world is asking for, we are the ones that support the transformation.
In this session, we will continue our foray into the symbols, metaphors and images that make up our understanding of this shift with Hamish from Dram for Life. In doing so you will also get insight into the tool called Image Theatre as a means for extracting and eliciting stories from participants.
Read my reflections on our previous session here: Can Image Theatre help us change organisational life in South Africa?
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.