Process Work and Organizational Excellence:
Individual and Executive Coaching.
Dr Stephen Schuitevoerder
Thursday 10th to Sunday 13th February, 2011
*Friday is a National Holiday in Japan
We are excited to announce that Dr Stephen Schuitevoerder, a well-known international facilitator and trainer in Process Work will be presenting a training in Process Work in Japan. The seminar will be presented in English with Japanese translation.
This seminar: In this workshop we will explore in depth the range of skills that Process Work has to offer to individual and executive Coaches. Participants will be guided through a series of demonstration and exercises designed to cultivate Process Work coaching skills. One of the central tenets of Process Work is that the resolution to a challenging situation or problem can be found within the very nature of the problem itself. Exploring and unfolding these moments allows for deep insights, understanding and the transformation of difficult moments into enriching experiences for the executive or client, those in communication with them and for the organizational system as a whole. There will also be a focus on the development of the coach recognizing that our own personal development is inextricably tied to the development of our clients. The seminar will be experiential, with theoretical presentations followed by demonstrations, exercises and group interaction. The seminar will be presented and facilitated to ensure optimal learning for both those familiar with Process work and those who are just beginning, as well beginning and more experienced coaches. All are welcome!
What we will cover:
- Process Work structural analysis including primary and secondary processes, channels and amplification.
- The value of disturbance and dreams as methods for transformation.
- The importance of vision and myth in coaching.
- Mapping the emerging direction of a process.
- Recognizing and working with critical moments in coaching including growth points or edges, edge behavior and edge figures.
- Integration and anchoring new patterns.
- Cultivating effective meta-skills in working with clients.
Participants will be provided with:
- An immersion in Process Work coaching and mentoring.
- A toolkit which can be applied in a wide range of coaching settings.
- An in depth understanding of interpersonal communication with a focus on transformation, edges and edge awareness.
- Skills in integrating coaching sessions back into the workplace.
- Personal development, awareness and the cultivation of our coaching style and metaskills.
More on Process work: Process Work is a cross-disciplinary approach to support individual and collective change. It developed in the 1970s and 1980s in Zurich, Switzerland by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian analyst. Process Work, aalso known as Process-Oriented Psychology, offers new ways of working with areas of life that are experienced as problematic or painful. Physical symptoms, relationship problems, group conflicts and social tensions, when approached with curiosity and respect, can lead to new information that is vital for personal and collective growth.
With its roots in Jungian psychology and physics, Process Work believes that the solution to problems is often contained within the disturbances themselves. Process Work provides a practical framework through which individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations can connect with greater effectiveness and creativity. Process Work adopts a sense of deep democracy whereby each aspect of ourselves is seen to be meaningful and important and offers valuable information for us when explored and unfolded. Similarly within an organization, each member holds important and vital contribution to the group's well-being and effectiveness. www.processwork.org
More on the facilitator: Dr Stephen Schuitevoerder is an international consultant, lecturer and facilitator based in Portland, Oregon. Stephen presents seminars, lectures and workshops throughout the world including South Africa, Australia, Russia, Japan, South America, Mexico and the United States. He works with diversity issues, team building, executive development and organizational conflict and has facilitated small and large group processes in a wide range of settings. Stephen is the President and a faculty member of the Process Work Institute. He has a private practice in Portland, Oregon and consults with individuals and executives throughout the world.www.processconsulting.org
Dates: Thursday February 10-Sunday February 13, 2011 (*Friday Feb. 11 is a National Holiday)
Times: Everyday: 10am-5pm with 1 hr. lunch break
Venue: Wesley Center Meeting/Guest Rooms: Minami-Aoyama 6-10-11
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Tuition: 120,000 JPY- The fee includes refreshments during the workshop, and the 4-day workshop itself. Lunches each day will be independent.
Call: Cathy Bernatt's mobile phone: 090-4244-8559 if you are lost!
Languages: The workshop will be conducted in English & Japanese.
Selection of participants:
In certain circumstances, workshop presenters may seek further information from applicants to help clarify their readiness for the level at which the workshop will be presented.
Refunds & Withdrawals
If participants withdraw within 2 weeks of the first day of the workshop, the organizers will retain 10% of the full fee. For participants who withdraw after that date and before the workshop start date, the organizers reserve the right to retain 50% of the full fee. If a participant fails to notify his or her withdrawal and does not attend, or if the participant withdraws at any time during the workshop, 90% of the full fee will be retained.
Payment & Refunds
Full payment of the tuition is required before February 1, 2011. If any participants enroll after the workshop is full they will have their fees fully refunded. Participants will be accepted in the order of their applications being received, up to a maximum of 30.
Please complete the registration form and email to email@example.com or fax the form to 03-6383-0444. Each participant is requested to fill out a registration form. (Whilst expressions of interest and queries are welcomed, no formal enrollments will be taken without payment.)
By January 10, 2011, please send registration fee of 40,000 yen to the following bank account:
Bank Name: Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Bank, Branch: Ichigaya; Account number: 1277196; Account name: Cathy Bernatt.
Registration is NOT complete until you send the registration fee. Please note that this fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.
Send the remainder of the participation fee (80,000 yen) by February 1, 2011. If we do not receive your fee by that date, we may give your place to someone on the waiting list. Upon completion of payment, we will send you the full details.
If, due to unforeseen circumstances, the workshop must be cancelled, all fees will be refunded in full.
APPLICANTS FROM OUTSIDE OF JAPAN, PLEASE SEND AN E-MAIL TO Cathy Bernatt: firstname.lastname@example.org