11.-17.11.2018 (including travel days) in Bad Blumau, Austria and
24.-30.03.2019 (including travel days) in the Waldviertel, Austria
Do you want to lead innovation workshops and groups effectively? Do you want to lead professionally through critical innovation phases?
With our training we address trainers and leaders, who want to host, facilitate, moderate, support, inspire, guide and empower others during critical innovation phases or visionary development processes in order to create positive change. You will gain an ample variety of hosting methods for all different phases in the innovation process. You will experience creative tools from the inside and you will practice and reflect to spread an innovation friendly attitude and sharpen your individual innovation hosting style.
This programme makes available the knowledge and experience of decades of transformation and innovation work within the two organisation, Plenum (Austria) and Visionautik Akademie (Germany) as well as two year intensive work within the European Strategic Partnership “Hosting Social Innovation” with two further partners: “Artmonastery Project, Italy” and the “Sendzimir Foundation, Poland”. It will bolster those important hosting competencies:
As a Certified Innovation Host you will have knowledge and the hosting skills to empower people. With you as their host, they can actively shape their social and ecological environment and create positive change.
The target group of this training is primarily people who already work as facilitators or leaders (e.g. teachers, moderators, consultants, trainers, managers…), who want to add competencies regarding hosting (social) innovation to their personal or professional portfolio. This workshop is for people who:
… aim to be quick and effective problem solvers.
… want to implement an innovation attitude in their organization.
… dare to face challenges that cannot be solved by traditional approaches.
… help their learners to think out of the box.
…want to live a wide awake lifestyle of creativity and curiosity.
The training program consists of two parts and will be in English language:
In between the trainings
You will be asked to work on a self-chosen hosting innovation assignment, the design of an innovation session at home, your “masterpiece”. You can choose it big or small, easy or challenging, depending on what you want to learn and take out of it. You will get support and feedback for your planning and prototyping and the possibilility to test parts of it in part two of the training. We also encourage you to connect with your peergroup. Please plan some time to work on this assignment in between the trainings.
We will work with methods rooting in Human Centered Design, Deep Ecology, Theory U, Arts, Body Work, Mindfulness, Action Learning, Personal Mastery, Process Work, Improvisation Theatre, Creativity Techniques, Constellation Work, Systemic Consulting, Appreciative Inquiry and more. We are very unprejudiced and pragmatic about the methods: We use what works best. We introduce you to time-tested methods of the above mentioned areas as well as newly developed methods or approaches we have taken further. In this training we love to show you the jewels from our own facilitation practice combined with an experimental spirit and playful lightness that leaves space for the unforeseen.
Our trainings are hosted in a consequently appreciative way, we strengthen abilities instead of weakening weaknesses. We work process oriented and adapt our curriculum to the needs of your group in the process whilst making sure you will come out with the aim of the training.
Where it is possible we let you dive into the methods yourself with your own endeavours and innovation challenges in the center, so you will know from your own experience how the methods work. Reflecting on and preparing for your real case innovation challenges at home will weave together your learnings and your needs at your own working surrounding.
During and after the training you will have access to our innovation method database that contains step-by-step explanations of the methods of the Hosting innovation training and some more with a search to easily find the method that fits. You will find it on our website www.hostingtransformation.eu. After the training you will have the option to join the IPTL (International Partnership for Transformative Learning), which is an international network of practitioners and pioneering facilitators.
€ 1.330 participation fee (including tax)
Price for 12 days of training, material, certification by the International Partnership of Transformative Learning IPTL
€ 1.260 lodging & full board
with yummy local, ecologically produced food (+free access to spa in Bad Blumau!)
Sylvia Brenzel is co-founder and managing partner of plenum (www.plenum.at), mainly in charge of the educational programs. She initiated the first CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)-Course in Austria, co-founded the Pioneers of Change (www.pioneersofchange.at) and was identified by Ashoka & FAS Research to be one of the most important change makers in Austria. She is certified coach and trainer and has accompanied more than 300 social innovation projects (profit and non-profit sector).
Jutta Goldammer is co-founder, managing partner and trainer of the Visionautik Akademie (www.visionautik.de) that helps social innovators, visionaries and entrepreneurs realize their dreams. Since 2001 she's been working as certified organizational developer and facilitator with creative teams and startups in the profit and non-profit sector. For more than 15 years she has experimented with innovation methods combining influences from arts, theatre, systemic and business approaches unconventionally turning an innovation process into a playful and sensual experience.
"Es war wunderbar zu erleben, wie viel Innovation in einer vertrauensvollen und offenen Umgebung möglich ist. Ich habe selten so viel gelernt, gelacht und gelebt!
Neue Ideen wachsen dort, wo ich mich öffnen kann und so sein darf, wie ich bin. Das Hosting Innovation Training hat mir gezeigt, dass es möglich ist, solche Orte zu gestalten und das inspiriert mich nachhaltig."
30.8 – 7.9.2018
Become a qualified Multisensual Facilitator
You will be introduced to the Visionautic way of thinking, experiment with and reflect on a variety of multisensual approaches and methods for a rich, colourful and creative facilitation style. After seven workshop days you will be the proud owner of an ample multisensual toolkit which includes:
Facilitators, trainers, teachers who want to…
... present complex issues in an easy understandable way.
... create learning experiences with a great deal of fun and variety.
... access intuition and creativity as a resource for learning.
... activate the memories of their learners in a more effective and longer lasting way.
... immerse complete persons into a learning process, not only the heads.
... experience that their own teaching nourishes and enriches themselves.
You will be immersed into a learning process on three layers:
A collection of trainers’ materials will support you to easily facilitate all experienced methods at home (except for arrow-breaking)
9.00 Check-In with bodywork, meditation and introduction into the focus of the day. 10.00 Workshop session, 11.30 Coffee break and Snack,12.00 Workshop session, 13.30 Lunchbreak. Afternoon: Self directed learning in the city with focus task. 18.00 Harvesting and transfer in small groups, 19.00 Dinner, 20.00 Evening event (not daily)
Arrival day: 17.00-19.00 Arrival, reception, allocation of rooms. 19.00 dinner
Day 1: Welcome: Mulitsensory team&trust building activities, introduction into Multisensory working and the Visionautic approach. Evening event: Interactive dinner party with multisensory tasks.
Day 2: Visualizing and sensualizing complexity: Graphic recording & graphic facilitation: Explaining with models and props, modelling evolution lines.
Day 3: Multisensually stimulating dialogues: Picture archive and instant paintings: Impro theatre exercises, sound experiences Evening event: interactive concert with synaesthetic choir and body percussion.
Day 4: Multisensually stimulating new ideas, creativity and intuition: Working with Logbook, Moodboard and Map: Clay dialogues Evening event: vernissage with live music and prosecco.
Day 5: The body as a resource for memory: Magnetic picture and arrow breaking : Circular empowerment Evening event: Introduction into tango dancing for good communication.
Day 6: Practising new facilitation approaches: Transfer to own facilitation approaches: Tipps & tricks for multisensory classrooms. Preparation of an own session. Multisensory treasure hunt in the city.
Day 7: Practising new facilitation approaches Morning body work: hosted by participants & feedback. Multsensual session on transfer into own facilitation practice, hosted by participants & feedback. Energizer: Hosted by participants & feedback. Session on looking back and harvesting material, experiences, inspiration and power, hosted by participants & feedback. Evening event: Celebrating, dancing, festive buffet, facilitated by participants.
Departure day: Breakfast, packing, departure.