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_CREATIVITY WORKSHOPS





_WORKSHOP 3

_MAPPING FOR DYNAMIC


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︎ What perspective do we view complex situations from?


︎ How do we identify, define and promote individual value alongside collective value.  


︎ How do we engage with known ‘unknowns’ as a working dynamic?


︎ How do we identify, analyse and navigate contributing factors as they relate to and affect individual and group progress.



︎ How do we make the most of our experience and lived experience in the context of broader parameter. 


︎How open are we to new experience and learning to adapt and explore?











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WHAT WE DO


‘Mapping for dynamic’ is a visualization, overview and action based workshop for teams and groups. We explore, unpick and identify routes forward that utilise the inherent potential within team structures. We demonstrate the value of shifting and flexible perspective and how this empowers both the individual and broader collective - group power.

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WHAT WE COVER


We workshop collaboratively the following topics through visualization exercises, shared dialogues, individual tasks and topic specific references and resources.





︎Managing the active, reactive and responsive mind.


︎Collective creativity.


︎Perspective and flexibility.


︎The complex problem value.


︎Known Unknowns.


︎Stimulation, Motivation and gesture.


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IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL:





Explore the potential for growth in both individual and group dynamic.

Identify or reaffirm creative possibilities, opportunities, solutions and outcomes.

Investigate patterns of reaction and response that might affect both the personal and affect both individual and group growth.

Discover techniques to aid in identifyng, overviewing and managing contributing factors that might affect progress. 

Generate flexible working models/methods to overview and navigate changing situations and dynamics.

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HOW IT WORKS:


We workshop collaboratively the following topics through visualization excercises, shared dailogues, indivudual tasks and topic specific references and resources.