This workshop is a unique blend of new and powerful leadership frameworks and personal practices such as Art of Hosting (aka Participatory Leadership), Theory U, Thought work and Body-based Coaching. We will collectively explore practices for sensing what is present and alive in us, envisioning what could be improved upon and flowing towards our highest poten!al.
Together, we will explore the questions:
*What is present and alive in us individually and collectively?
*How can we identify and realize the highest potential in any situation from personal to inter-personal to global?
*What would be possible if we could channel our energies, resources, creativity and talents in more enjoyable, playful and yet, efficient ways?
*What does a vibrant, productive community look and feel like?
This workshop will be useful for those who would like to:
*Actively lead their lives, communities and organizations towards the highest poten!al in a more joyful, connected and sustainable way.
*Feel less overwhelmed and exhausted by the perception of what’s needed to heal the world and create sustainable new processes, communities & institutions.
*Foster deep innovation & creativity, collaboration and enjoyment in their work.
*Learn what it feels like to “allow the how”
Thursday, June 14th: 4pm - 8pm
Friday, June 15th: 9am - 6pm
Saturday, June 16th: 9am - 6pm
Price: 2200 AED
To register, complete the following form and contact Gerra:
The workshop will be hosted by Susan Bainter Baghdadi and Kamyar Houbakht.
Susan Bainter Baghdadi is a certified Martha Beck master coach at Alchemy of Life in Dubai. She specializes in body-centered, nature-inspired coaching, creative communication workshops and adventure retreats. She facilitates a profound tension/trauma releasing process (TRE) and is presently diving deeply into the collaborative, co-creative processes of the Art of Hosting as well as, training as an Equus Coach - working with horses to help people become more attuned to their own energy. Every Autumn, she co-hosts a 108 km sacred walking journey on the Camino de Santiago, Spain.
Kamyar Houbakht is a practitioner of different participatory approaches such as Art of Hosting within the contexts of organizational development, social innovation, community building and creating transformational learning journeys. Rooted in a lineage of mosque architects from Isfahan, he brings sacred forms to social architecture and the field of relationships, starting with the self and expanding to other levels of social, environmental and the spirit of life. He is also a protector of the feminine, the new born and the moment of birth by nature.