In our work as coaches and consultants we are often invited into new and unfamiliar places where people may seem to talk different languages and possess unfamiliar customs and practices. In many ways, this can be likened to being a stranger in a new land with all the feelings of bewilderment and excitement borne of unfamiliarity and newness.
What is it that we, as ‘strangers’, bring to a new environment? What qualities and resources do we draw upon as we seek to understand this new place and to establish new relationships with people in a way that will lead to productive outcomes? What is there in the experience of being a ‘stranger’ that helps us find something unique in the familiar, to appreciate the qualities of difference, and to remain fully present as we seek to navigate this journey successfully?
In this 5-day workshop, Wick van de Vaart and Mark Lough are inviting you to engage your spirit of curiosity in a shared-learning experience designed to appreciate more fully what you offer as a practitioner and to explore what can enrich your capacity to work creatively and effectively, even in the midst of complexity and uncertainty.
March 20th-24th 2017 (5 days)
Location in The Netherlands will be announced later.
Registration and Fee:
The price for individuals is euro 1295 per person (plus 21% VAT for Dutch participants only); when an organisation is paying for it, it will be euro 1495 per person (plus 21% VAT for Dutch organisations only). There will be an additional fee for accomodation.
There is a limited number of 10 places on this programme so we encourage you to book early to ensure that you are one of them!
Download the brochure A Practitioner’s Journey August 2016 for more information