Showing Up Work: A Creative Approach to the Inner Dimensions of Change

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45 Hornsey Road

Melrose

Wellington

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In this workshop, we'll be exploring the kind of inner work that can serve you to show up in a useful way to the global moment we are living in today. We'll explore through the lens of Showing Up Work, which is a self-creative approach to consistently showing up in the world as who you really are.

We will explore together:
  • what showing up as who you really are means to you
  • how and why this matters in the global moment we are living in today, and
  • why finding your own way of doing this might be more useful than following paths left by traditions from the (ancient or recent) past.


We'll be investigating the links between showing up as who you really are (as you define it) and:
  • meaningful work
  • impactful work
  • our ability to engage in deep collaboration with others

The workshop is part of the Enspiral Retreat Satellite Event Series, which you can find more information about here. The event is open to all people but will have a particular focus on Enspiral-type kaupapa (meaningful work, social enterprise, systemic change, collective organising and collaboration, etc).

Registrations limited to 10 places, so get in quick :).


About the hosts:

Mark is focused on actualizing the possibility of a scalable response to the need felt by some shapers and makers of change to collaboratively find/develop, share and evolve methods for ‘being the change we want to see in the world’, in order to increase the integrity between the meaningful contributions we strive to make and the ways we live our lives, engage in relationships and collaborate with others doing the same. His work background is largely in the domain of innovation: intentional behaviour change platform development, a large scale democratic organizational change methodology, a strategic organizational learning system, a system for transitioning to high performance teamwork, collaborative inquiry methodologies and integrative methods (mostly self-directed) for self-transformation. Mark lives in Auckland and loves deep conversation and collaboration, especially in the context of beautiful natural environments.

Nick is an Enspiral Contributor and the founder of Mindfulness for Change, a community organisation for people working on the intersection of inner and outer change. Nick is also a co-founder of The Tech Between, a platform co-operative startup that equips wellbeing and mental health practitioners with beautifully designed companion apps that enhance their effectiveness, allow them to track data and provide a smoother, more easeful user experience for the people they work with. Nick lives in Wellington with his beautiful girlfriend Sarrah, and is currently finishing his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

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45 Hornsey Road

Melrose

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New Zealand

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