Workshop: How Practicing Visualisation Can Help You in Everyday Life

By Jana Gál

Brussels: 8 March 2017

You can make the impossible possible by changing your belief system. Learn how in this workshop.

This workshop is for everybody who is interested in self-growth, achieving goals and life-change. We will speak about the power of visualization and vision in our professional and personal lives.

This workshop is for you if you…

  • Want to know what can help you to achieve something you want.
  • Are going through a difficult exam, negotiation, or unpleasant discussion.
  • Want to give your life a different direction.
  • Have reached another stage in your life.
  • Wish to move forward from a point you have spent too much time.

About Jana

For 15 years Jana Gál has been working to help people develop their careers in various positions in Human Resources (HR) in corporations. For the past year, she has been working with expat spouses, helping them to define and develop their portable careers.  She recognises that this needs grit, motivation, and courage to enable people to do the work they love to do.

Jana is also interested in neuroscience; she is a certified NLP practitioner and in psychotherapeutic training. IN addition, she is the coordinator of two expat spouse networks in Brussels.

Learn more about Jana and her work at www.findyourvocation.com and www.janagal.cz.

Practical Information

When?
Wednesday, 8 March 2017 from 18h45-21h00

Where?
Timesmore Boulevard St Michel 47, 1040 Brussels
Public transport: Metro: Montgomery; Tram: Boileau

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How much?
A contribution of €12 to cover expenses including materials, drinks, snacks, etc.

Event web page
http://www.imaginationclub.org/brussels/practicing_visualisation.php

Check out the Facebook group for more details:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/imaginationclubbrussels/

Twitter: @imaginationclub

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Workshop: Co-Creation – A Quick Taster

By Hans Begeer and Alvito de Souza

Brussels: 22 March 2017

Today we live in an increasingly complex world. A planet that has moved from global interconnectedness to an ever shifting and entangled worldwide habitat. The phenomenal rate of movement of peoples and ideas has engendered an unprecedented pace of innovations, advancements and, yes, conflicts.

We struggle to cope in our organisational and societal structures designed for the fleeting reassurance of stability. But how can we manage when the assurance of constancy is replaced by the reality of unrelenting change?

Coming to grips with the complex issues of our time requires a ‘whole system approach” where all who have a stake in the issue are involved from the start. One such approach is co-creation.

Co-creation is trending as many organizations search for ways to stay imaginative and relevant (or even just survive) in today’s uncertainties. Despite the positive buzz about co-creation, the feedback is that it can be challenging to implement effectively. Co-creation is not a quick fix. It is an all engaging process which needs to be meticulously planned and given adequate time and resources (energy) to set up, initiate and sustain.

By attending this taster workshop you will be able to:

  • Discover the 6 principles of co-creation
  • Share situations and limits to co-creation
  • Find out about conditions to successfully apply co-creation
  • Explore self organizing approaches to management
  • Feel what it means to apply co-creation

The workshop is based on the book, “Co-creation… 13 Myths Debunked”, (Begeer Hans & Vanleke Lesley. (2016), Lannoo Publishers nv) which will also be available.

About Hans

Hans Begeer, a management consultant, facilitator and coach. He is interested in managing differently and has been using his insights in an international practise for more than 30 years. He is also co author of the book on Co-creation

About Alvito

Alvito de Souza is a former Secretary General of the World Catholic Association for Communication. His interest is in communication for development (C4D) and grass-root participation. He has a background in community media, peacebuilding and human security.

Practical Information

When?
Wednesday, 22 March 2017 from 18h45-21h00

Where?
Timesmore Boulevard St Michel 47, 1040 Brussels
Public transport: Metro: Montgomery; Tram: Boileau

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How much?
A contribution of €12 to cover expenses including materials, drinks, snacks, etc.

Event web page
http://www.imaginationclub.org/brussels/co-creation_a_quick_taster.php

Check out the Facebook group for more details:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/imaginationclubbrussels/

Twitter: @imaginationclub

 

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