LETTING GO RESPONSIBLY
THROUGH THE ART OF JAPANESE KITE MAKING
This process is a creative learning response to the difficulty of passing on work responsibly to others to amplify or change. How does one let go of what one has created in a responsible and enabling way? The Art of Japanese Kite Making is an embodied experience of creating and learning how to let go responsibly.
Using the tenets of this craft, learners will not only learn how to make a kite but also the lessons that are threaded into it regarding creating and letting go with responsibility, ease and grace.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is aimed at those in current and future leadership positions in all industries.
Practical individual and peer-to-peer discovery, blended with riveting historical overview, structural kitemaking components and leadership case studies.
An increased awareness and developing proficiency in:
> how to delegate responsibly; the art of the brief/directive
> appropriate micro VS macro-management
> appropriate modes of solo VS collective work
> how to harness and mentor the talent pipeline
> strengthening juniors
One Day Masterclass