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CONNECTIONS WORKSHOPS -Summer 2001

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David Jaques <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 10 Apr 2001 10:30:54 +0100

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CONNECTIONS - training workshops at Sutton Courtenay, near Oxford
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SUMMER 2001

CREATING CONVINCING CHARACTERS

with Michael Mallows
Sunday May 13
1000-1700

Whether in fiction or in real life, people (characters) are compelled to make a journey. It may lead to ruin or to riches, to Heaven or Hell, to the stars or the gutter. It all depends on the patterns that we run or the script that we write. Our script, and the ones created for fictional characters can be explored or interpreted through the S.C.R.I.P.T. model:

Situation->Character->Resources->Intelligence->Plot->Theme

This light-hearted but challenging workshop will be of interest to people who create fictional characters (Actors, authors, playwrights, story-tellers), as well as those who hope or pretend to be something other than they really are.

Michael Mallows has created a powerful synthesis of ideas and interventions by linking NLP with models such as the Enneagram and Transactional Analysis to challenge your assumptions and perhaps stir your soul! Author of ' The Power to Use NLP', co-author of 'Peace of Mind is a Piece of Cake', and creator of the Power 2 tapes and workshops, Michael works with groups, families, individuals and organisations all over the world.


IMAGE AND IMAGINATION

with Caroline Wilson
Sunday June 10
1000-1700

Image is the language of the unconscious, the way in which the primitive mind speaks to the conscious. It is this path from the unconscious that is so often blocked by the inner critic and the need to be rational in the modern world.
This writing workshop is for people who want to get through that psychological and artistic block, to cultivate imagination and to be aware of image and its use to add colour and excitement to their words - and to their lives.
The writing will be prompted by walking in nature, by pictures, and by listening to music.
Please bring a favourite pen and hardbacked writing book, preferably A4 and ringbound.

Caroline Wilson is a writer, teacher and psychotherapist. She was a journalist for many years, and ran wine bars before reclaiming writing for herself. She now writes poetry and journals, and teaches Writing Therapy and an Introduction to Jung for the New School for Social Research in New York. She sees clients for Writing Therapy, and is writing a book about her theories and the techniques she has discovered to help people unblock and write from the soul.

APPRECIATIVE DEVELOPMENT - Part 1
with Lesley O¹Niell
Sunday July 1
1000-1700

What makes you feel really alive ­ at work or elsewhere in your life? How often do you allow yourself the selfish luxury of focusing on peak moments when you felt really energetic, calm and well? How naturally do you look at yourself and others in an appreciative, positive way? Or are you easily drawn into using your more negative,³deficit-based² problem-solving skills developed throughout education and rewarded in many workplaces?
This participative workshop will allow us time to appreciate such peak moments. We will use them as a foundation to build realistic, possible, alternative futures ­ for ourselves and others ­ at home and at work. One of the approaches we will be using to do this is ³Appreciative Inquiry², developed by a small group of organisational consultants/academics who recognized the power of appreciation in achieving organizational and social change. This will be the primary focus of Part 1.

Part 2, on November 11 will be another opportunity to practise your skills of noticing, appreciating and using the forces that bring you to life. We will discover what happened as we developed a more ³appreciative eye² in our real lives over the intervening months. We will also focus again on the future of Connections (founded Autumn Œ91) ­ so that it moves into its second decade in the way members want it to.

Lesley O'Niell has been a part-time freelance management coach/consultant for several years, after 18 years in Personnel, OD, Sales and Marketing roles in the oil and financial services industries. After completing an MPhil in Critical Management, she is now doing doctoral research at Lancaster University, exploring what gives organisations and individuals life. She is discovering that the ³Appreciative² perspective is a fruitful and positive one for personal and professional development too.

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BOOKING

The fee for each event is £40 (waged), £20 (unwaged) when paid on the day BUT only £30 and £15 if payment is received at least 10 days before any event. You can book for all three events for an inclusive price of £60.

Please return this slip to:
David Jaques,
Connections,
7 Stanley Road,
Oxford OX4 1QY

We do not normally confirm bookings. Please assume, unless you hear to the contrary, both that you are welcome and that the event is on. But do let me know- don¹t just turn up!

NOTE: Email bookings are not formally accepted until a cheque is received.

I wish to book for the following workshops:

CREATING CONVINCING CHARACTERS

IMAGE AND IMAGINATION

APPRECIATIVE DEVELOPMENT

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I enclose a cheque for £
Please make cheques payable to
³Connections²

NB. Because we operate on a break even, non-profit basis, we do not normally return fees in the event that you first book and are then unable to attend. However we do hold the fee over for a future workshop. And if you reserve a place on email that will be taken as a firm booking and you will be invoiced accordingly.

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