Workshops

(Dare to Leadprogram and meaning-oriented workshops)

The Dare to Lead™ program is based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown.

 

Other workshops are based on the meaning-oriented framework of Logotherapy, with additional focus on the specific area of interest. All workshops have a theoretical and experiential component, with practical exercises, time for reflection, and include some form of guided relaxation.

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These workshops can be tailor made, so please make contact to discuss your needs.

 

Current Workshops:

Dare to Lead program

Joy on the Job: Finding Meaning in Work

​Well on Your Way

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Dare to Lead program 

Based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown, Dare to Lead™ is an empirically based courage-building program designed to be facilitated by organizational development professionals. The most significant finding from Brené’s latest research is that courage is a collection of four skill sets that are teachable, measurable, and observable. The Dare to Lead™ program focuses on developing these courage-building skills through workshops, trainings, and coaching to help individuals, teams, and organizations move from armored leadership to daring leadership.

Individuals who successfully complete the full 16-hour Dare to Lead program will receive a certificate of completion and are allowed to put a Dare to Lead Trained badge on their LinkedIn account.

Offered either as:

  1. Two day workshop, total 16 hours OR

  2. Series of 5 weekly gatherings, 3 hours per meeting (total 16 hours) OR

  3. Selected modules from the program, delivered in 90 minute sessions.

Cost (NZD):

$ 750 per person for the 16 hour program

$ 75 per person for 90 minute workshops

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Joy on the Job: Finding Meaning in Work:

​A large part of our time is spent working, and work can be deeply meaningful and fulfilling. Sadly, for many, work has lost its meaning. This may account for some of the aggressive and addictive behaviour we see (or engage in), and for some of the depression so prevalent in our society.

Based on the principles of Logotherapy and other modalities, this workshop explores how we can reconnect with our work in a meaningful way. This workshop is an experiential and practical application of a concept (meaning) innate to humankind.

Much of what will be covered can be applied not only to work but to other areas of life.

Offered as:

2 hours for the basic content.

Can be extended by 1 – 2 hours with additional topics like teaching the relaxation response, or offering a group yoga nidra session.

Cost (NZD):

$ 75 per person for 90 minute workshops

$ 90 per person for extended workshops with additional topics/offerings

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Well On Your Way

For general understanding of Logotherapy principles and its application, for wellbeing in everday life.

Topics covered include:

Stress and relaxation responses

Mindfulness: Where are you?

Living your truth: Meaning part I

Living your truth: Meaning part II

Inside Out I: Caring for body-mind-spirit

Inside Out II: Drop the drama. Dealing with emotions

Resilience

Gratitude

Spirituality and Meaning

Mix and match the sessions. Meaning parts I and II are mandatory in all workshops. Additional topics can be added, on request.

Offered as:

8 – 16 hours, spread over 4 – 8 sessions.

 

Cost (NZD):

$ 750 per person for the 16 hour workshops

$ 350 per person for 8 hour workshops

Testimonials

Client

clear & insightful

"Beautiful voice, very grounding"

"Calm & professional"

"Thought provoking"

"Wonderful presentation delivered in a caring
and very clear manner"

"Clear, insightful, experienced and nurturing"

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Individual clinical Supervision for health care professionals, with a meaning-orientation

02.

Short-term individual intervention with a meaning-orientation. Particularly useful for patients, their relatives, or anyone experiencing a sense of despair

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Facilitation of reflection groups, with a gratitude focus. For patients and health care professionals, or any group with a common interest.

Can be used for Supervision.

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Facilitation of deep relaxation sessions (yoga nidra) or training in eliciting the relaxation response. For groups or individuals, for general wellbeing, stress-reduction and healing

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