Professor Paul Brown & Beyond – Activating Energy in the 21st Century Organisation: An Exploration

 

Come and join Paul Brown, Marie Faire, Paul King for this two-day Masterclass, which is an exploration of leading edge neuroscience and organisational development.

We will start with the question, ‘what is an organisation’?

Our journey will consider such questions as:
what it takes to be an emerging leader?
how to create high trust?
how to tune into ‘field awareness’?
how to mobilise energy?

We will take a systemic perspective and a ‘get real’ approach on how to use the 5 Brains in practice, and what you can do in the context in which you are working.

Paul Brown is Faculty Professor of Organizational Neuroscience at Monarch Business School Switzerland.  Practising as a clinical and organisational psychologist and executive coach and supervisor, he teaches applied neuroscience around the world whilst now living between Vietnam and Laos.  His fundamental professional interests are in developing an integrated theory of the individual and the organization, starting with the modern understanding that human beings are not primarily psychological systems but, like the rest of the world, sources of energy. Paul has co-authored several books including, The Fear Free Organisation.

Marie Faire & Paul King are the founders of The Beyond Partnership.

Dates: 12/13 September 2018

Fees: £475+VAT without overnight accommodation on 12th September, £560+VAT with accommodation

The fees include lunches and refreshments on both days and dinner on the night of 12th September.

Please note places are limited on this workshop.

Venue: The Bishopstrow Hotel & Spa, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9HH

Bishopstrowe is a lovely country house hotel within 27 acres of Wiltshire countryside. There will be time during the two days to take advantage of the grounds and the spa facilities to support your energy activation.

To book please email info@thebeyondpartnership.co.uk with your name and invoicing address.

 

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