[External Event] From a dream to realization: Designing and managing sustainable projects with the method of Dragon Dreaming
Dragon Dreaming is a methodology of project design that builds community, underpins human connection, contributes to the wellbeing of the wider environment and enables personal growth.
It is inspired by living systems, is based on the knowledge of chaos theory, organizational development, systems theory and on the wisdom of the Australian Aboriginals.
Dragon Dreaming offers a set of creative playful tools for organic development of projects and teams and actively cultivates sustainable ways of living and working.
Dragon dreaming designs and reviews the projects in four phases: dreaming, planning, doing, and celebrating. Having awareness and knowledge about the quality of these phases helps to connect dreams with visions and organic planning, implementation and conscious appreciation of everything achieved and everybody involved.
The workshop is designed for everyone who wants to learn and experience Dragon Dreaming.
In the workshop you
… connect to the inner „why?“ of you projects and dreams
… find out how to communicate your dream charismatically
… experience how your dream co-creates a dream of the team and how at the end the new dream of all arises
… discover how to run a dream circle with your team
… learn to translate dreams into an alive and powerful game plan.
… reflect on how to maintain the joy and energy of all the participants throughout the project
… understand why some projects fail and what makes others successful.
… get acquainted with a holistic approach to projects.
By the end of the workshop you will be able to implement these tools of Dragon Dreaming into practice.
Ulrike Reimann & Peter Kuklis
Dragon Dreaming: Trainer & Facilitator
Ulrike is inspired by alternative approaches (Dragon Dreaming, Nonviolent Communication, Theory U and Processwork) that enrich businesses and communities. Since 2007 she has been facilitating and training a range of teams and projects from NGOs, universities to engineering in Airbus towards more cooperative and sustainable work culture.
Ulrike is also fascinated by the potential of difficult emotions. She researched on practices for expressing and transforming grief and pain of loss. Her book “Mourning in communities” (in German) was published in May 2016. Currently she is working on a project “in your hands”, a community based funeral design. She currently lives in Bratislava.
Peter Kuklis Is
a trainer and a consultant at Maxman Consultants (Slovakia) supporting individuals and teams in businesses in creating workplaces where people are engaged, creative and thriving. He worked as a manager in an IT company in Pune (India) and in sales & sales management in Cambridge (UK). Peter is a CNVC certified trainer of Nonviolent communication, Focusing and Laughter yoga. Peter graduated in accounting and finance.
€ 280 (30% discount for hubbers)