Datum - 4/5 2020
17:00 - 20:00
In this interactive workshop where you will have a possibility to experiment using art in a coaching process. You will discover that using art in coaching is easy, funny and efficient. It helps clients to a deeper level of personal awareness and understanding, which in turn, leads to meaningful shifts in personal growth, development and fulfilment.
A recent study by Kaimal et al (2016) entitled; Reduction of Cortisol Levels and Participants’ Responses Following Art Making, shows that making art can significantly reduce stress levels, regardless of the artistic talent or skill level.
Not all of us are artists, but everybody can paint, draw or sketch. Some may be naturally more gifted than others but in Art Based Coaching, the outcome of the conversation is more important than the artwork itself. Interacting in a coaching process the use of art bridges feelings and thoughts to the spoken word.
You will also get introduced to a coaching tool; Conversation Cards, which is a deck of created for thought provoking and enriching coaching conversations.
Paul Klee´s famous quote “A line is a dot that went for a walk” will be a starting pointFor the workshop where the participants in a co-creative process will discover the power Of Art Based Coaching.
Anita Edvinsson is ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and has achieved
Conversational Intelligence coach certification. She is also a published author, educator, speaker, artist and senior consultant at Aurata.se.
Det kommer vara en utlottning under kvällen på ett set av Conversation Cards.
*Mötet ger 2,5 CCE-poäng varav
1,5 poäng är Core Competencies och
1,0 poäng är Ressource Development.
*Datum: Måndag 4 maj år 2020
*Plats: Medborgarskolan, Hans Michelsengatan 6a, 211 20 Malmö
17.00 Fika och mingel.Vi bjuder på kaffe/te
och frukt / fika.
17.30 Workshop med Anita Edvinsson
19.00 Summering av kvällen
20.00 Klara för kvällen
P.S. Ev återbud / avanmälan senast kl.12.00 den 3 maj så vi kan planera inköp
av kaffe och frukt och fikabröd inför workshop dagen den 4 maj.