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Organizations as Living Systems:
Process Work Contributions to working with stress, trauma, personal and team challenges in organizations.
With Dr. Stephen Schuitevoerder
Saturday 17th to Tuesday 20th March, 2012
In today's fast paced, complex and increasingly unpredictable world we are all vulnerable to experiencing trauma; to being overwhelmed and rendered helpless by a force so powerful that escape or retaliation is impossible. Trauma is disempowering and disconnecting, it can fragment the human psyche and freeze into a knot much of a person's life force.
Loosening the Knot: A Process Work Approach to Working with Trauma
With Trauma Specialist: Emetchi
Friday May 6, 2011
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.
Hitotsubashi University ICS in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan invite you to join:
Divisive Dilemma: The Painful Decision to Flee or to Stay, An Interactive Discussion/Workshop Dealing with Divisions of Loyalty in the 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami
Thursday, May 5, 7:00 to 9:00PM
How did you respond to the March 11 earthquake and tsunami? Did you stay? Did you leave? As we return to work in the aftermath of this crisis, unspoken conflicting feelings between those who left and those who stayed may lurk beneath the surface, potentially raising issues of loyalty to company vs. loyalty to family vs. loyalty to self. The term "Fly-jin" has been coined to denote both foreigners and Japanese who left Japan in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami - the alternative term "Stay-in" connotes those who stayed.
Process Work and Organizational Excellence: Individual and Executive Coaching
With Dr Stephen Schuitevoerder
10th to 13th February, 2011
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.
Process Work and Organizational Excellence: Addressing Power, Conflict and Tension in the Workplace
With Dr Stephen Schuitevoerder
February 27th - March 2st, 2009
We are excited to announce that Dr Stephen Schuitevoerder, a well known international facilitator and trainer will be continuing his series of trainings in Process Work in Japan. This workshop explores Process Work applications to organizational development with a focus on communication, relationships, conflict and tension.
The High Cost of Interpersonal Conflict: Working with 'negative emotions' in the workplace
With Dr Julie Diamond
7th to 9th November, 2008
We are excited to announce that Dr Julie Diamond, a well known international facilitator and trainer will be coming to Japan for the first time to help explore an issue that touches all of us deeply. This workshop explores Process Work applications to interpersonal conflict with a focus on working with ‘negative emotions’ in the workplace.
Leading Through Complexity
Core Leadership Four--Leading Through Complexity is for
managers who have taken Leading People Skillfully, Leading High Performing
Teams and Leading Innovation & Collaboration. In addition to Leading
Through Complexity, there is a selection of skill-deepening courses designed
to enhance the range of essential skills introduced in the core program.
Our experiential and action learning approach helps to maximize the transfer
of learning back to the workplace.
Facilitation Training Dojo
This 2-day program aims to enable you to do things you may have never done before or thought you could do. We will go scuba diving inwards to learn more about who we are and more fully realize our potential and our gifts as facilitators. You can expect to be pushed over your edges and out of your comfort zone. The goal is to take risks, experiment, fall often and always bounce back up and try again and again. Facilitation Vs. Training, Sensing the Atmosphere, Observation Skills, Powerful Questions and Active Listening are the core modules.
Advanced Effective Coaching
Advanced High Quality Customer Service