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Tell & Draw

Time: April 1, 2014 at 7pm to April 3, 2014 at 5pm
Location: Brussels
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Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Sabine Soeder
Latest Activity: Mar 12, 2014

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Event Description

Ever wondered how you could get your point across so clearly that you inspire both yourself and others to action that makes a difference?    

Both story and visuals are your power tools for creating clarity, deepening understanding and strengthening the relationship for action.  Everyone is born with the ability to tell stories and draw pictures, no matter what you’ve been told in the past.  Stories help you organise and present your point of view in a way that quickly reaches the hearts and minds of others.  Visuals help you to make your ideas clear, concise and easy to remember.  Together, they create a powerful approach to working with yourself, your team and everybody else.  

Working with story and visuals is incredibly practical, wonderfully inspiring and amazingly clarifying. And it gets results.  But the best thing?   It’s also very fun!

The Details

  • Our 1 April opening evening is actually open to everyone, so bring a friend!  If you’re coming along for the experience and a “taster” is is only 25 Euros to attend. If you’ve joined the workshop, it is included in the price and you have the opportunity to get to know others and begin your practice.   
  • The full workshop price is 895 Euros. There’s an earlybird available for 695 Euros until 23 March.  When you register, we will send you venue and confirmation details and materials for the workshop.  This workshop is strictly limited to 25 participants.

Your hosts are Sabine Soeder (CoCreativeFlow) & Mary Alice Arthur (SOAR).  Full details on the website.

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