Open seminars 2017/2018

In this page you can find all the 4 seminars OPEN TO ALL of the academic year 2017/2018, with details about the program!

If you want to register to one of the following Open Seminars and need further informations, contact us. Write to artedelprocesso@gmail.com

 

  • December 8-12 , 2017 Borgo Paola – Bracciano Lake – Lazio

    Disturbances in Systems as Agents of Change:  Power Dynamics and the Art  of Communication

    facilitated by Gill Emslie + Peter Ammann

Power dynamics and conflict go hand in hand in every area of our lives. From the unconscious marginalization of parts of our own experience, to the way we engage in, win or loose battles with our partners, family members, colleagues, counterparts in other organisations, and even between organisations and countries, the dynamics of fear based competition undermine some of our best laid plans and longings.

Based on Dr. Arnold Mindell’s Processwork, with its multi-dimensional framework and philosophy of deep democracy, this trans-disciplinary approach has embodied learning and increased awareness at its heart. The approach values an individual or group’s explicit goals and intentions while recognizing the wisdom hidden within their implicit dynamics. Challenges, conflicts, failures and emerging disturbances are transformed into fuel for creative transformation and growth.

We will use our group dynamics, and the relationships within our group, as a laboratory to practice facilitating polarizations, conflicts and tension. As a seminar participant, you will be challenged to explore the outer edges of your awareness, the place where you become destabilized but also transformation emerges.

  • You will learn more about your tendencies to adapt to or dominate others
  • You will practice effective ways to speak truth in a variety of challenging contexts
  • You will discover hidden diversity within conflicts
  • You will access your deepest sources of power and remain aware and able to facilitate dynamics of conflict and power in the midst of the heat.

Topics include:

Deep Democracy:

Inclusion of all diverse experiences, perspectives and voices

Process-oriented conflict transformation:

Discovering the potential and creativity embedded within disturbance 

Facilitation of emotional and non-rational aspects of conflict

Rank and power awareness

Working with the complexities of power dynamics and marginalization

Giving and receiving feedback across hierarchies

Inner work

Awareness of own inner diversity, bias and prejudice when in a facilitation role

Discovering and employing one’s own unique style and power

Whether you are a beginning or a seasoned facilitator, whether you work in the family, in the classroom, in diverse, multicultural groups and communities or with large scale, multiple stakeholder processes, these methods will increase your skills and confidence, support your individual style and teach you to bring all of your resources, passion and creativity to the successful outcome of your facilitation practice.

If you want to register to this  Open Seminar and need further informations, contact us. Write to artedelprocesso@gmail.com

 

  • February 9-13 , 2018 MILAN –

    Exploring the Emerging Self: Working on the Edge, Personal Power and Meta-Position

facilitated by Bogna Szymkiewicz + Ana Rhodes

If you want to register to this  Open Seminar and need further informations, contact us. Write to artedelprocesso@gmail.com

 

  • June 22-26, 2018 NAPLES –

    Leadership and Eldership Tao: Innerwork as Essential Skill in Facilitation

facilitated by Peter Ammann + Bogna Szymkiewicz

If you want to register to this  Open Seminar and need further informations, contact us. Write to artedelprocesso@gmail.com

 

  • September 7-11 , 2018 Bassano del Grappa (VI) –

    Worldwork: from Conflict and Separation to Diversity in Communities

facilitated by Gill Emslie + Peter Ammann

WORLDWORK: Discovering Hidden Diversity in Conflicts and its Potential for Greater Community

The world has complex challenges that need all of our inputs, contributions and diversity to facilitate sustainable change. We will focus on skills and meta-skills (feeling attitudes) that bring awareness to the emerging field, spirit of community and multi-stakeholder engagement.

Based on Dr. Arnold Mindell’s Processwork, with its multi-dimensional framework and philosophy of deep democracy, this trans-disciplinary approach has embodied learning and increasing awareness at its heart. The approach values an individual or group’s explicit goals and intentions while recognizing the wisdom hidden within their implicit dynamics. Challenges, conflicts, failures and setbacks are transformed into fuel for creative transformation and growth. This approach brings awareness to the worldviews that inform our interventions, and enhances our perception and ability to facilitate this complex system of interactions and emergent processes in the moment, including subtle signals; atmospheres and disturbances that occur.

Topics include:

Deep Democracy: Inclusion of all voices, experiences and diverse experiences
Framing and welcoming disturbances
Skills to facilitate in-depth change processes with creativity and skill
Facilitator development and innerwork skills
Different communication styles
You will

Practice “sitting in the fire’ amidst complex systems of interactions
Discover more about your tendencies to marginalize and exclude parts of the field
Explore how the system outside you had a correspondence with your own body feelings and intuition.

Perhaps you are a facilitator or leader working in local government, neighbourhood transformation and community development, or you are a group facilitator, community worker, leader or coach interested in collaboration and change. This workshop is for anyone interested in how to bring together diverse groups or topics in creative and transformation ways.

If you want to register to this  Open Seminar and need further informations, contact us. Write to artedelprocesso@gmail.com

 

OUR TEACHERS

Gill Emslie, PhD Processwork facilitator and worldworker, emphasizes deepening democracy and social change in her work internationally, focusing on issues such as leadership, social and environmental justice and conflict facilitation. Founder of the Processwork Institute in Spain, which she is not travelling she lives and works in the Findhorn eco-village in Scotland, an NGO and sustainability training centre.

Peter Ammann, psychologist, neuroscientist, Processwork facilitator. He is interested in the depths and development of human nature and our relationship to community and the world based on Deep Democracy. He has special expertise in body work and in working with people in altered states of consciousness. He lives in Wuppertal, Germany, where he is building the Institute for Processwork Germany together with colleagues.

 

 

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