SERIES 9-11:00 am Pacific Mar 23 - Jun 08, 2020
When David Sibbet began to practice Graphic Facilitation in the late 1970s, he did not imagine in his wildest dreams that his ideas would one day lead the way for fellow practitioners around the globe. More than 40 years later, David still pioneers the field of Visual Practice. Markus Engelberger is a leader in bringing visual practice to Europe and represents a new generation who honor the shoulders of giants they are standing on, but also curiously challenge assumptions and explore the uncharted territory beyond the edges of the Practice that draws them together. Join Markus & David in an exploration of the Language, Value, Myths and Potentials of Visual Practice. GLEN members contact email@example.com to receive a coupon for free registration.
SEVEN SESSIONS: 8:30 am to 10:30 am Jan 13 - Jul 13, 2020
David Sibbet studied with Arthur M. Young from 1976-1982 and based much of The Grove Consultants International’s process work on his Theory of Process. This series is for people who would like to dig under the various applications (Team Performance; Group Graphic Keyboard; Seven Challenge of Change) and learn the core conceptual tools. It is one of the most powerful integrative languages for process design, and potentially the basis of a new paradigm where consciousness and matter are appreciated as tightly linked. Arthur called his Theory the Yoga of Thinking. David likes to think of it as the discipline behind conceptual jazz.
SINGLE SESSION, 5-7:30pm CET June 16, 2020
As a follow up to the European GLEN Community gathering this April, we want to continue our exploration and see what answer arises when considering the following questions: Why is a “regional” orientation evolving within the GLEN Community? What qualities might a regional European perspective raise or add to the international GLEN Community? What regional actions in Europe can be nurtured by the international GLEN Community? Heiko Veit and Mathias Weitbrecht are looking forward to host this exchange. Although we see this call primarily as a follow-up to our prior regional calls, we encourage interested global GLEN members to participate and to lean into what it means to support regional actions with a global learning orientation.