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‘Deepening Creative Practice with Organisations’ training by the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations

The Tavistock Institute are now inviting applications for a new, boundary transcending programme where the arts and social sciences weave together.

At a time when creativity is in ever more demand but opportunities to explore and experiment with it can be difficult to find, The Tavistock  Institute is inviting you to bring (or uncover) the creative, risk-taking and curious parts of yourself…

Their new trans-disciplinary, non-linear programme ‘Deepening Creative Practice with Organisations’ is where the arts and social sciences weave together, as participants explore their whole selves in relation to their eco-system through experimentation, reflection, challenge and a space for thinking differently.

Deepening Creative Practice is for organisational leaders and consultants looking for another stage in development who want to experiment with and explore their creative potential.  The programme will support you to (re-)awaken, nurture and cherish those aspects of yourself which may be more hidden, to be explored within the work setting.

Programme faculty and participants will co-curate and create their own learning experience from a number of different resources offered by the programme.  It is for artist-academics, artistic practitioners, working artists, concerned and creative citizens, freedom fighters, passionate learners, curious ecologists or bored out-of-the-box agents of life and wellbeing on and of our at-risk planet.

The Tavistock Institute are now inviting new applications for the 2021-22 Programme, to find out more visit their website >> www.tavinstitute.org/what-we-offer/professional-development/deepening-creative-practice/

 

Deepening Creative Practice with organisations

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