If you’re interested in using more creative methods in your organisations, or with your clients, or if you’re curious to see how creative and artistic endeavour can be relevant to improving organisational productivity and quality of life, pay attention now!
The talented Andrew Rixon has run two years’ of Story Conferences in Melbourne, Australia. He’s just announced the next part in his trilogy.
Scheduled for October 5-7, 2011 in Melbourne, “Creative Methods: Widening the World of Work” seeks to open and hold the space for conversations and explorations around the many rich and powerful ways that creative methods are used to effect change in the world of organisations, communities and individuals today… And how you may get to do the work and follow your passion in the first place!
New to the conference this year are the addition of pre-conference workshops where you can spend the day with four amazing people – they are:
- David Denborough with his masterclass on the “Power of Song: working with individuals, groups and communities”
- Tom Verghese and Cindy Tonkin (that’s me!) host “Consulting Unplugged: the secrets of flourishing in consulting”
- Viv McWaters and Johnnie Moore will mix it up with “Friction and Fiction: Creating space for deeper conversations”
Follow this link to a pdf with a lot more info on this brilliant and inspiring conference.