Exploring Super-Resilience – with Alan Heeks and Daniel Koerner at Hazel Hill Wood
This day is an invitation to explore a practical vision of your front-line service team thriving and performing in the years ahead – despite all the pressures pushing against this.
ABOUT THE DAY: Years of shrinking resources and rising client demands mean that many front-line teams find the future outlook unimaginable. This day offers a supportive space and creative processes to face the issues and think well outside the box. We will explore together how you can approach your challenges and frustrations so as to extract insights and impetus for change, helping you to reframe your picture of the service you offer, and fully value and use the resources available. The style of the day will be a collaborative enquiry. We’ll use a range of methods such as future-scoping, back casting and deep ecology to help you seek insights and upsides amid the presenting problems. We will use the magical setting of this 70-acre wood, to provide space and inspiration for you to reflect and open to fresh insights, and as a model of natural resilience and catalytic change.
ABOUT THE WOOD: Hazel Hill is a magical 70-acre wood, with a great diversity of wildflowers, trees and fungi, providing a variety of landscapes and habitats. The retreat centre consists of beautiful off-grid wooden buildings, campfires and beautiful open spaces..
Alan Heeks has been exploring resilience with people and nature for many years, and has a special interest in front-line teams. He leads the Seeding our Future -project (see www.futurescanning.org)
Daniel Koerner supports individuals and groups to navigate through change processes self-efficiently and independently. He combines mindfulness, leadership approaches and result oriented design processes to bring innovation and empowerment to teams and organisations.
Time: 10am – 4.30pm
PRACTICAL INFO & BOOKINGS
NOURISHING THE FRONTLINE The ‘Nourishing the Frontline’ – programme has been funded and developed for frontline organisations in health and social care, education, charities, social enterprises and people supporting them, whose work is typically characterised by low resources, high demands and a high risk of burnout. The aim is to grow effectiveness and wellbeing in work, for you and your team, through practical skills which nourish your resilience and expand your capacity.