Leadership and coaching retreats 2016
Psychosynthesis and Evolutionary Leadership Retreat – September 2016
A three-day retreat in Southern France for leaders, coaches and organisational practitioners
Everywhere we look in society we see increasingly complex problems which require a response from a leadership consciousness which is generally lacking. From a societal perspective, we are facing a fundamental crisis of leadership. From an individual perspective, leaders are facing external challenges and inner crises for which they are often ill prepared.
This ambitious learning and development retreat seeks to bring psychosynthesis and evolutionary leadership together within the context of todays leadership challenges at organisational and societal levels.
Our ambition for the three days is to resource the body, feed the soul, stimulate the mind and lift the spirit through a holistic retreat at a beautiful location, set in the heart of the Ardèche countryside.
Workshop facilitators: Aubyn Howard and Diana Howard
Cost: £240+VAT for participation on the retreat, plus €400 for residential stay with own room (4 nights, all meals and drinks) or €300 per person for shared room. Excludes travel costs (although we can collect and return to Valence TGV)
Dates: 22nd – 25th September 2016
Location: Chateau Chavagnac, Lemps, Ardèche, France
Structure of the retreat:
- Working emergently as a group using a mix of dialogue, seminars and open sessions led by participants. Periodic review of needs and direction within the group to agree priorities
- As workshop leaders we will explore such questions as; what is the evolutionary paradigm, where and how is it emerging? How can psychosynthesis help leaders develop evolutionary consciousness? How can coaches help leaders in this development?
- Choices for how you resource body and soul include: treatments and therapies including massage, energy healing and creative kinesiology; contemplation and meditation; country walks, cycling, swimming and horse riding
- Gathering for aperitif, dinner and informal discussion and socialising
Interested? Please contact Aubyn