Using Art to Access the Creative Mind led by Jeanette Cowley
Using Art to Access the Creative Mind: Voicing Possibilities
An interactive workshop led by Jeanette Cowley for Richmond Development / NLP Group.
Who should attend. This workshop will be of particular interest to coaches, mediators, supervisors and management consultants. Simply bring along your curiosity.
Date. 17th March 2020. Doors open from 6.30pm for networking and light refreshments. Session 7-9pm.
Host and Venue The Richmond Development/NLP group welcome visitors. All workshops are held at Vestry Hall, 21, Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1SA.
Art can provide a framework for the curious mind wanting to deepen self-awareness and consider if, when and how to move forward. The process of working with images can be enjoyable, challenging and build resilience.
Why Voicing Possibilities? My purpose is based on Voicing Possibilities. Part of this process uses visual imagery to help define and accelerate success and personal satisfaction.
Workshop Structure: In essence the session will include three stages –
- Background information: an exploration of images and the power of storytelling.
- Practical application: using Voicing Possibilities Coaching Cards to explore questions and options.
- Next steps: deciding how to leverage learning from the workshop to accelerate success and satisfaction: whatever success means to you in the moment.
What are Voicing Possibilities Coaching Cards?
Jeanette Cowley explains: ” The Voicing Possibilities Coaching Cards we will be using at this workshop are created from my original abstract paintings. They are jargon-free and without instructions on the cards: nothing to obstruct the free-flowing creative mind. Voicing Possibilities Coaching Cards have taken around 5 years to develop. They integrate my business experience, abstract art and academic research into how senior leaders sustain momentum and how images support the creative process. I love hearing how fellow professionals work with VP Coaching Cards: they transcend language, draw on the ‘slow movement’ and a cross section of behavioural science research. I’ve created the cards to help unleash the creative mind and deepen self-awareness.”