EXPO Workshops

Interactive workshops that will expose participants to the many diverse perspectives of research and practice in the field of creativity. 

There are two types of EXPO Sessions: the regular 90-minutes long and the Double EXPOs, which are 180 minutes.

Below you can find the detailed description of each workshop, their facilitators and the schedule (to be released).

CREA2019 EXPO Workshops

DOUBLE EXPOS [180 minutes]

in English

Agility, Creativity and Complexity: Agile Mindset and Scrum Framework in a Creative Sauce

DOUBLE EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Vesna Vukovic-Dzodan & Paolo Sbuttoni

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Complex products and projects can be effectively managed… Let’s start by sharing a story of agile manifesto and the influence it had on the way the software teams work. How did this word find its way to CREA, and what does it mean? Is it a framework, a process, methodology, philosophy, state, how do you know you have it? How much would you pay for it ? How long do you think it takes to become agile ?

Then let’s get practical. Scrum can be explained and grasped: it is a very well-defined framework for delivering complex products.

Scrum is: Lightweight, simple to understand, difficult to master. Experiencing Scrum will provide more insights about the Agile mindset. We will run exercises introducing the concepts and rules from Scrum Guide and Time Boxing. In Scrum or any other framework that help evolve agility, creativity and CPS can be the beating heart.

Learning objectives:

  • Help understand what agile means
  • Experience scrum framework in action and discover the Scrum Ceremonies, the Sprint Planning or Stand Up Meeting
  • Make the liaison between scrum framework and creativity

Cognitive Bias in Creative Thinking : How these mental traps make Creativity even more complex?

DOUBLE EXPO
ENGLISH

Facilitator: Susan Robertson

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Cognitive biases are a set of mental shortcuts that all humans share. Most of us probably wouldn’t like to admit we have these limiting mental biases, but a wealth of research in neuroscience shows that we all do. Many cognitive biases have been identified, and a few of them are particularly problematic in creative thinking.

Because these biases operate subconsciously, we’re not aware how, and how severely, they’re limiting our thinking. This further complicates the challenge of thinking creatively day in and day out, because our brains are hardwired to use these mental shortcuts whenever we can.

So we all regularly fall into these traps without realizing it. (Yes, that means you. If you’re human, you fall into these traps.) In this hands-on, interactive workshop, we’ll examine a few of the most critical cognitive biases that get in the way of creative thinking.

We’ll experience these biases in action through experiential activities, and we’ll have group discussion about the implications and potential solutions.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand what cognitive biases are and how they operate
  • Identify where in the CPS process each of them poses the biggest problem
  • Discuss tools and techniques for combating them.

Six Thinking Hats : Tool to simplify thinks for better decision making

DOUBLE EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Harry Van des Schans and Sabine Schouten

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

According to Edward de Bono complexity is always failed simplicity. Imagine what might happen if you, your team, department, or entire organization learned specific thinking tools that would help you to simplify things and open the door to thorough decisions, better communication, and easier problem resolution.

With the Six Thinking Hats you learn to experience parallel thinking as an alternative to argument. Parallel thinking guides thought processes in one direction at a time so we can effectively analyze issues, generate new ideas, and make decisions. It is an effective method that helps you to put your opinions aside so that you can focus on a way forward, without argument.

You will learn how to separate feelings from facts, the positive from the negative and control thinking from creative thinking. In this fast-paced, practical, and interactive program you learn to suspend your judgment and to embrace complexity by exploring different perspectives towards a complex situation or challenge.

The Six Hats’ approach simplifies thinking by creating focus, and enhancing collaboration and teamwork.

Learning Objectives:

  • Assist teams and individuals to escape conflict thinking;
  • Embrace complexity with the six distinctive thinking modes;
  • Generate parallel, focused ideas and approaches to a challenge.

UBUNTU, the African Art of welcoming others, Creative Humanity in a complex world

DOUBLE EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Jeannette Medema

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Why is being a good host in life of importance in relation to our complex world? Being aware of hostmanship on a deeper level gives us a strong foundation to connect on human being level.

Our environments are asking for real attention, deeper compassion towards each other and ourselves. Ubuntu is the Art of making people feel welcome.

To help others in need is a human instinct, but how can we support the world in more complex situations? The instinct is getting into action when we really have to survive, but most of us have food, a shelter and other basic needs. In which way can we trigger ourselves to go beyond our spontaneous instincts and build a continuous level of support?

Becoming an inviting host in humanity in less easy situations can bring remarkable changes. We will experience the complexity of embedding this in ourselves. Our creativity is the vehicle to get there!

Learning Objectives:

  • Gaining insights in the deeper meaning of a host (compassion);
  • Learning about the South African Philosophy
  • Learn tools and techniques to implement hospitality into daily life.

en Français

De l’épi de blé à la miche de pain

DOUBLE EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitators: Isabelle Jacob and René Bernèche

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

La complexité s’inscrit dans un processus créatif en tant qu’enrichissement progressif par addition de couches successives d’associations.

Les analogies, les métaphores, la contribution des cinq sens permettent la multiplication des sources d’inspiration et invitent à la maturation des solutions dans le respect du temps qui passe. Invitation à franchir ces ouvertures!

Et si on déconstruisait le système de la culture intensive vers une permaculture créative?

Ou si à l’inverse, on s’adonnait à une méthodologie “boulangère” de la créativité?

D’un point de départ tout simple vers l’enrichissement graduel des hypothèses et des solutions, explorons ce qu’est la complexité !

Dessinez votre futur professionnel

DOUBLE EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Philippe Brasseur

Support in other languages: English

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Envisager son devenir professionnel, voilà bien une tâche complexe. Chacun s’y intéresse de manière régulière, mais le danger est de se noyer dans la somme touffue de réflexions que cela engendre.

Cet atelier vous propose une démarche originale et fluide pour donner corps à cette réflexion : la création d’un récit illustré. Vous utiliserez d’une part la force symbolique du récit (héros, situation initiale, quête, obstacles, adjuvants…) et d’autre part la puissance des outils de visualisation (images, objets, dessin, visualisation guidée…)… pour écrire et illustrer votre propre livre, éclairé par votre intuition. 

Vous repartirez de ce riche atelier avec plusieurs outils visuels transférables à d’autres situations complexes, et une grande envie de favoriser lenteur, intimité et non verbal dans la réflexion créative.

Objectifs d’apprentissage : 

  • Explorer son devenir professionnel sous une forme narrative et visuelle ;
  • Découvrir la puissance des outils de la pensée visuelle et narrative pour traiter des sujets subtils et complexes ;
  • Faciliter la créativité de manière “lente” et “individuelle” (vs une facilitation dynamique et collective)

EXPOS [90 minutes]

Awakening Imagination for Life’s Complexities

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Gloria Williams

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

During this experiential workshop you will awaken your imagination through the exploration of various art forms—visual, movement, rhythm, drama/theater, prose/poetry. Your imagination will thank you for awakening its natural ability to be engaged and enlivened. An awakened imagination is more able to generate possibilities and solutions for life’s complexities!

No experience with the arts is required. Expect to have much fun and leave with an expanded view of what is possible for you!

Learning goals

  • Exploration of 5 different art forms
  • Enlivened senses
  • Utilization of the arts as the guide for possibility

EXTRAordinary Empathy

EXPO
ENGLISH

Facilitators: Janeen Halliwell and Jennifer Keilty-Friesen

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Are you using or interested in Human-Centred design? Are you curious about effective ways to understand AND actively engage all people – people whom historically have been left out of the room – as designers of their products and services? In this interactive Expo you will explore the use of twisted co-design and creative problem solving tools & techniques that are being used to move empathy to an EXTRAordinary level.

You will see for yourself how people with sensory impairments, physical & developmental disabilities, mental illness, and brain injury are shifting the power dynamics through the use of adaptive and collaborative approaches to innovation. It is a pivotal time in our evolution – social change has moved from the margins to mainstream. Inclusiveness is moving from theory into practice, and the systems within which this change is taking place are complex. This “How to” Expo is timely.

Learning goals

  • Participants will explore and broaden their understanding and approach to ’empathy’
  • Participants will garner an appreciation for elevating the involvement of marginalized people as active co-designers.
  • Participants will be exposed to and play with adapted tools & techniques so that they can effectively engage a W I D E variety of people in collaborative innovation.

Facilitating Intuition with Mandalas

EXPO
ENGLISH

Facilitators: Marina Randich and Michelle Dolan

Support in other languages: Italian and Spanish.

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Drawing a mandala can be as simple or as complex as defining it. Perhaps you’ve noticed this year’s conference logo? It is a Torus Yantra or Torus Eye. Starting from the simplicity of its centre, Bindu, it’s built through layers of circles, adding to its complexity and beauty. In geometry, a torus is a surface of revolution, revolving a circle in 3D space about an axis coplanar with the circle. Come to this session to learn how to draw it. We’ll colour it together, decode it and use it as a tool to facilitate intuition.

Learning goals

  • Learn how to draw a Torus Yantra
  • Find a moment of quiet in a conference full of words
  • Let go of anything that you are holding on to and just be present, be an artist.

No person is an Island

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Rogelio Salcedo

Support in other languages: Spanish.

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

In this 90 minute workshop we will present a proven tool to help you create, evaluate and plan a comprehensive business model for the implementation of your ideas. Using concepts from marketing, CPS and Design Thinking you will have a chance to practice a way to use the relationships you have with stakeholders and ensure the best alliances. The tool uses the give-get matrix to plan the path to go from YES to strategy.

Learning goals:

  • Explore all the possible value exchanges you might have with internal and external stakeholders
  • Consider also those stakeholders that seem to be unsupportive of your idea and make a plan
  • Include long and short term value exchanges in your plan to be ahead of the implementation

Your Creative IKIGAI: finding your purpose in a complex world

EXPO
ENGLISH

Facilitators: Alessia Berti and Mark Harling

Support in other languages: French

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

What makes you throw back the sheets and jump out of bed in the morning? That very reason is what in Japan is called Ikigai, that certain thing that makes your life long, meaningful and fulfilling.

The word Ikigai has recently become popular through books, Ted talks and models to encourage personal individual reflection. During this expo, Iki-A and Iki-M will help you experience the founding pillars of Ikigai. They will use light physical exercises (accessible to everyone) and mindful practices, creative techniques and your relationship to the other participants to help you paint your own unique path in a world of complexity.

As a group, we will individually reflect on our next creative steps to make our aspirations come true and rely on each other collectively to find the support we need when the going gets tough.
Join us in this Expo to take your next step in your Iki-Life.

Learning goals

  • Living a hands-on / body-on / mind-on / group experience
  • Identifying the pillars and achieve a deep understanding of the word Ikigai
  • Being able to implement some of the practices in everyday life

Adding Value through Social Entrepreneurship

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Bart Hermsen

Support in other languages: Dutch

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

In 90 minutes you (as a group) will create a social enterprise with support of innovation tools from DOON based on agile working and cps. Building up on your own ideas and ideas from others, you will build a business model. Facilitating the tools, some humour and fun are the basic keys of this expo!

Learning goals

  • How to build an enterprise based on CPS
  • Learn what cps is within the tools of DOON
  • Presenting your idea to a group.

Back to the Future of empathy in Creative Problem Solving

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Yoel Kluk and Erika Dominguez

Support in other languages: Spanish

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

With the use of VR goggles, drone(s) and complemented with collaboration tools like zoom or hangouts we will explore a situation which is not present in the group of participants. The situation could be to see the world through the eyes of a dog or solve a problem in Africa. Combining methods of design thinking and CPS to evaluate our discoveries, we will use the technology to explore different angles, different point of views and different experiences, all without leaving the room.

Most of the session will be dedicated to the exploration, at the end participants will have a chance to close the loop and “download” their insights using CPS and Design Thinking tools to clarify and ideate.

Learning goals

  • Enable creative thinking through the use of accessible technology gadgets
  • Use technology to virtually understand your users
  • Remove the constrain of distance to assess the situation of a problem

Boot Camp for your mind

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Marjolein Hutting and Dorte Nielsen

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Get on your feet, to think on your feet! Welcome to Boot Camp for your mind. This is for people who are familiar with creative thinking and feel it’s time to stretch their mind and use their whole body to make them a stronger creative thinker.

In this workout we will train your association muscle and your ability to make mistakes, so you’ll be able to see connections others don’t. We will break through structures and definitely not play by the rules. We will seek danger and find the bravest version of ourselves.

The aim of the boot camp is to create flow. We will use our mind and body as instruments. We will meet our inner critic and we will fight him. We will use improv theater techniques along with mindfulness techniques. And we will train our brains by making complexity playful and playfulness complex.

Learning goals

  • Learn how to make glorious mistakes
  • Train your association muscle
  • Use you body as an instrument to make connections others don’t

Curating Complexity: a sensory exploration of Italian Culture

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Michelle Dolan and Marina Randich

Support in other languages: Italian

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Gaining a deep understanding of cultural and ethnic differences and learning how people’s perspectives, beliefs and practices fit into a wider social, political and economic context is crucial in today’s complex world. Focusing on practices within contemporary Italian culture, participants will utilise anthropological methods to complete a sensory investigation of the inhabitants of Sestri Levante. We will explore artistic movements for existing creative responses to complexity prior to communicating our gathered insights via a live exhibition within the workshop.

Learning goals

  • to understand how a human centred approach can help delineate complexity
  • to unlock the innate researcher within each participant
  • to show the powerful role which creativity can play when communicating complexity

How to Stop Conflict from Hijacking your Creativity

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Lindsay Burr

Support in other languages: French

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

We’ve all been debilitated by conflict. Your brain shuts down impeding your ability to solve complex problems creatively. You know how to be productive but are hijacked by your amygdala, narrowing access to your brain’s innovation centers.

How do we stay present and keep access to creative parts of our brain when disagreements arise? “Just being happy” or pretending conflict doesn’t exist aren’t realistic responses to clashes. Neither is aggression. Both extremes bury conflict only to emerge in strange ways, further impeding creative responses.

Conflict doesn’t have to be a bad word. In fact, conflict is the basis for much innovation. Finding new ways of doing things is often a result of discovering old ways don’t work anymore.

There are several ways to harness conflict for creativity. One avenue is awareness of your attitudes toward conflict: your history, automatic style, and expanded possibilities of communication during dissension. A second channel is acknowledging your emotions and learning from them in order to keep connected to your brain’s creative center. A third avenue is mastering the skills of constructive discord so you can participate in elegant and creative solutions.

In this workshop, you’ll strengthen your own relationship with conflict, broaden your understanding of conflict theory, and practice ways to navigate conflict while maintaining your ability to creatively problem solve at the highest level.

Learning goals

  • Strengthen your own relationship with conflict
  • Broaden your understanding of conflict theory
  • Practice ways to navigate conflict while maintaining your ability to creatively problem solve at the highest level

Moving from Me to We: Discover ways to activate creativity, complex thinking and generative change by engaging your body, mind and spirit

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Allie Middleton

Support in other languages: French

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Participants will experience mindfulness-based activities from wisdom traditions and engage in facilitated group dialogue. They will engage in a future-oriented project that activates mind- body/spirit integration.

To discover this emerging future using the senses, we will practice reflective and expressive movements designed to initiate and activate a deep experience of curiosity, compassion and courage. Harvesting (often surprising) insights from these movement practices participants will focus on one thing they wish to engage more deeply.

Using an experiential coaching technique small groups will clarify their aspirations and plans. Finally, individuals will share their prototype with the whole group.

Learning Objectives:

  • Invite and safely engage in and experience a new mind set, tool set and skill set of body/mind/spirit practices to open awareness toward safe and creative somatic practices;
  • Connect deeply with others and harvest new ways to express complexity with somatic work of sensing, Presencing and crystallizing with a future project.
  • Bring hidden relationships and processes to the surface, lean into future potential as things become more visible with movement practices.
  • Walk away with a committed prototype, a process and practices to add awareness-based somatics to your creativity practice, engaged with a buddy or team.

A Grand Tour through the Artist’s Way, discover your path to Higher creativity

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Jeannette Medema

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Julia Cameron, author of the bestseller book “The Artist’s Way” has stimulated millions of people to discover and recover their creativity. Her 12 weeks creativity course book nurtures creativity, supports relationships, removes artistic blocks and is fostering creative confidence.

During this Expo you will get in touch with the power of your own internal creativity. You will experience spiritual electricity, the meaning of morning pages and artists dates. We will go on a Grand Tour of 12 basic tools, which gives you insights in how to open up your creative channel on a daily basis in a deeper way.

Jeannette will share her experiences to show that creativity on a deeper level in a complex world is keeping your well-being and flow going on every day basis.

Wear a pair of Gratitude & Inspiration glasses to transform your learning in actions

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Michele Pierangeli and Chiara Micalizzi

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

After a great workshop we have a lot of notes and doodles and we need to sum up our notes to transform the lesson learned into actions. How many time have you really done it?

During this workshop Chiara and Michele will help you create and wear your Gratitude & Inspiration glasses. A powerful tool that can help you to immediately transform and cristalyze the complexity of the experience you have lived into simple actions that you can immediately experiment in the world. With this tool you will be ready to capitalise your learnings and build a future based on your values.

A workshop with experiential activities and time for personal journaling. We will use Joydeed cards to practice our values and share them to the world. The participants will need a smartphone/tablet with internet connection.

Learning goals

  • Use gratitude and inspiration values to capitalise learning experiences
  • The importance of relationship with other in the complex system we live
  • Sharing values with other people can help you to bring joy in your life
  • Connect values in to practical actions

CCSI: CREA Crime Scene Investigation

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitators: Paul-Peter Fransen and Judith de Jong

Support in other languages: French

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

We need your creativity to solve a complex crime at Sestri. Using multiple intelligences and benefitting from cultural differences you will explore Sestri in order to solve the case. Discover unexpected talents!

Impro Theater

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Marjolein Hutting

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

What is improvisation theatre? What can you use it for? Improvisation theatre is a playful form of theatre making. It is also called “theatre from scratch”. This doesn’t mean the actors know nothing in advance. Frames are being created and games practiced. In those frames they have to improvise. In order to do this well, you have to master associative thinking.

In this workshop we will play theatre, we will use our body and, above all, have fun. I challenge you to step outside your comfort zone. You will notice you’ll achieve a nice atmosphere in the group with laughter.

We will break through our comfort zone by learning about glorious failure. We will not only work with our heads, but also with our bodies. Our bodies will be our instrument.
In improv theatre there is a principle called: “everything is already there”. We start from nothing and by observing well, being in the now and in your own body, beautiful things arise. Everyone can attend this workshop.

From novice to advanced improv players. Improv rule #1: ‘Just show up’. Hope to see you there!

Learning Graphic Facilitation

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Dorus Verwiel

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

In this expo you will learn to use easy drawings to facilitate your presentations.

It’s fun to use easy forms to give power to your message by learning:

  • how to draw basic emotions
  • how to draw people in an easy way
  • how to handletter your presentation
  • how to sketch an environment
  • how to draw easy symbols to boost your message

You don’t need to have illustration skills. It’s a lot of fun; you will be amazed by your own skills !

Start Writing!

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Davide Giansoldati

Support in other languages: Italian

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

This workshop makes you discover the endless creative use of the written word especially when read aloud.

It is the result of ten years of trainings, projects, experiments and feedback that contributed to the creation of the method “Writers and Readers” to improve your writing ability and based on four basics skills: writing, reading, listening, evaluating.

Legoless-seriousplay

EXPO
ENGLISH
Facilitator: Corinna Grandi & Andrea Montuschi

Support in other languages: Italian

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Everybody knows Lego® Serious Play®, but very few people know that the “Lego®” part of the workshop actually came after the theory behind it.

So what if we tried to facilitate a Lego® Serious Play® session, without using bricks?
We should probably call it “LegoLess Serious Play” and we’d have to come up with a substitute for bricks…

What about using YOU?

If you ever wanted to learn something about Lego® Serious Play® and you have never experienced life as a brick, come to this session and you’ll be satisfied!

This session will take a standard 8-hour-LSP-session and turn it into a 1-hour-legoless-serious-play session.

We’ll warm-up participants with some theatrical activities, say a few words on the official LSP method and its history and finally lead the group through the first phase of an LSP session, but using people instead of bricks.

Some participants will be playing the part of Participants (easy so far). Others will be Bricks (!), which Participants will have to combine (this will be similar to an improv activity called “tableau”).

There will be 3 main phases:

  1. Participants will create the most compact structure they can (free building, no pressure).
  2. Participants will invent and build a random construction, without a specific meaning (we’ll subsequently “assign” a meaning to each construction and ask builders to explain it/justify it).
  3. Participants will be asked to create a construction on a common theme (which we’ll assign to them).

These three activities are called building skills in LSP and they are of course normally done on a table, with bricks.

We’ll try to do the same things with bodies and no tables. We could even incorporate CPS in the workshop, as Participants will have to find a way to build objects with humans and this will require using problem solving.

en Français

Entreprendre la complexité de l’image comme autant de leviers

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Bruno Poyart

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Entreprendre l’image est un processus singulier, pratiqué de manière intuitive ou empirique et bien souvent partielle. L’enjeu de ‘L’expo” est d’approcher par l’expérience ce phénomène complexe nourri de multiples interactions entre l’image, ses lecteurs et l’environnement. Par des étapes d’expérimentation et de questionnement, il s’agira pour les participants d’identifier les différents statuts techniques, sensibles et sémiotiques de l’image fixe, se repérer dans le fonctionnement des processus et des degrés de signification, comprendre les effets associés pour transformer ces découvertes en leviers créatifs lors de la phase de divergence du CPS.

Objectifs d’apprentissage:

  • Pour une meilleure utilisation de l’image afin d’enrichir le processus de divergence du CPS
  • Pour se sentir à l’aise dans la manipulation des images : intuition, rationalité et hasard.
  • Pour se repérer aisément dans les approches théoriques de l’image
  • Pour être capable de mettre en tension l’image et s’en servir comme levier créatif

Storytelling : active et élargir vos perspectives créatives

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Lynne Lamarche

Support in other languages: English

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Objectifs d’apprentissage:

Cet atelier hautement interactif plongera les participants dans une expérience stimulante leur permettant d’explorer le storytelling (récit narratif).

L’atelier est composé d’expérimentations, de réflexions guidées et d’échanges en petits groupes, afin de faire émerger des récits inattendus qui captent l’attention, créent l’émotion et inspirent à l’action.

L’atelier permettra aussi de réfléchir à comment intégrer l’outil de storytelling dans la résolution créative de problèmes.

La puissance du “&” pour manager et créActiver

EXPO
FRANÇAIS

Facilitators: Corinne Landais and Christophe Morin

Support in other languages: English and Spanish

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Comment mieux travailler ensemble avec plus de performance et de plaisir ? comment faire bouillonner les idées sans refroidir les équipes ?

C’est un réel paradoxe au quotidien pour les managers : favoriser la créativité, le bien être des individus et gagner en performance durable dans des contextes complexes et incertains.
Comment faire face à ce paradoxe pour réinventer ses pratiques et sa posture de manager ?

Osez une expérience transformante où vous vivrez une conférence théâtrale ludique et apprenante, et vous serez acteurs d’un atelier collectif pour expérimenter nos boussoles.

Objectifs d’apprentissage:

  • Se connecter à la puissance du & : accepter & mieux vivre les paradoxes du quotidien.
  • Allier tête-cœur-corps
  • Découvrir le modèle structurant et pragmatique des “4 boussoles” pour donner des repères aux managers et aux accompagnateurs.
  • Avoir des outils et une posture pour mieux accompagner (en tant que manager et/ou facilitateur) les transformations et l’innovation dans une dynamique collective.

Let’s go LEGO® (SERIOUS PLAY®)

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Laetitia Ramberti

Support in other languages: English and Italian

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Venez mettre les mains dans les briques pour construire et partager votre idée de la complexité !

La méthode LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® est basée sur la capacité de l’individu à imaginer, décrire, initier le changement, créer des solutions radicalement nouvelles, communiquer concrètement, partager simplement des idées complexes.

Vous ne jouerez pas aux LEGO® mais vous les utiliserez pour réfléchir différemment votre idée de la complexité. Vous aurez à répondre à une série de questions/défis en construisant des modèles avec des briques LEGO®.

Vous expérimenterez en sous-groupe de 6/8 personnes lors de cet atelier rythmé et ludique. Vous jouerez sérieusement, sans jamais vous prendre au sérieux, pour construire ensemble votre idée de la complexité !

Objectifs d’apprentissage:

A l’issue de cet atelier d’expérimentation vous aurez :

  • Mieux exprimé et compris la complexité (la vôtre et celle des autres participants)
  • Mobilisé votre imagination au service d’idées qui sortent du champ de réflexion habituel
  • (Re)Expérimenté une nouvelle méthodologie ludique et sérieuse.
    Le tout dans la Joie et la bonne humeur 🙂

Le Parcours de l’eau

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Sylvain Rouillard

Support in other languages: English

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

L’eau peut remplir un espace, l’eau nourrit les êtres vivants, contribue à leur croissance, etc.
Il y a des liens avec la connaissance : vos apprentissages, vos insights, peuvent contribuer à élargir vos perspectives, peuvent enrichir votre rapport au monde et à vous-même, etc.

Créaconférence va vite! Un torrent d’expériences et d’émotions complexes !

Cet atelier vous offre un parcours déambulatoire qui vous permettra d’identifier, d’accorder de la valeur, de célébrer les apprentissages multiples que vous rapportez de Créa ainsi que d’amorcer la réflexion sur comment cette expérience pourra nourrir votre vie.

Objectifs d’apprentissage:

Les apprentissages fait dans ce type d’événements, sont multiples, complexes, parfois dérangeants. Offrir un moment de transition me paraît une opportunité intéressante.

Notre corps, source d’inspiration, un peu limité dans ce monde

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitators: Anne Berlemont and Yves Chambert-Loir

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Face à la complexité de notre monde, nous surdéveloppons nos capacités cérébrales et cognitives. Notre corps nous devient étranger. Cette expo vous propose de vous reconnecter à vous-même, de partir à l’exploration de la diversité des parties qui la composent, qui font que nous sommes uniques et humains.

Après un temps de reconnexion à nous même, nous utiliserons la photo pour aller au-delà de nos croyances, porter un regard nouveau et créatif sur nos corps et ainsi redécouvrir cette part d’humanité universelle.

Tenue conseillée : tee shirt et pantalon court ou short ou jupe. L’expo se déroulera en partie pieds nus.

Objectifs d’apprentissage:

  • Se recentrer sur soi et reconnecter à ses ressources
  • Elargir sa conscience de sa richesse corporelle et de la diversité de tous ses composants
  • Repartir avec un supplément d’amour pour soi

« Détour direct » : court-circuiter les problèmes, se jouer de la complexité

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Catherine Tanitte

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

Recette pour dissoudre les problèmes complexes

Prenez un problème. Mélanger 3 rôles, plusieurs niveaux de consignes, la douceur puissante d’une méthode d’accompagnement venue d’Australie, Saupoudrez légèrement de théorie éventuellement agrémentée de pensée visuelle. Ajoutez-y un zeste d’intelligence collective, et une pincée de compétition.

Mettez des sous-groupes au grill de cartes narratives. Arrêtez lorsque les idées ont suffisamment levées et que le problème a commencé à fondre. Sortez de l’étuve à idées et savourez. Vous obtiendrez une expo ludique et participative où vous aurez mijoté à l’« approche narrative ».

Effets désirés :

  • Se sensibiliser de manière ludique à l’approche narrative
  • Commencer à murmurer aux oreilles des problèmes pour voir comment les dissoudre, leur faire peur ou en faire vos alliés.

Ingrédients :

  • Un fond d’approche narrative
  • 1 boîte de cartes narratives
  • 20 g de théorie sur mesure
  • 80 g d’ expérimentation fraîche
  • Un max d’intelligence collective du jour
  • une pincée de Facilitation visuelle (selon l’humeur de la cheffe)

Ps : La recette est métaphorique. Aucun participant ne sera ni blessé, ni grillé, ni mijoté pendant cette expo. Seuls les neurones prennent des risques 😉

Biodanza

EXPO
FRANÇAIS
Facilitator: Isabelle Jacob

Support in other languages: No

Schedule: TBD

Place: TBD

La Biodanza est une expérience de musique, mouvement, théâtre et danse impliquant le corps et l’esprit. C’est une expérience émotionnelle intense partagée au sein d’un large groupe de participants. Vous serez guidés à travers une série de mouvements de danse collectifs vous permettant de vous réveiller à la vie et entrer en contact avec les autres participants.

Biodanza is a completely unique blend of music, movement, theatre, and touch that involves the body, mind, and spirit. It is a deeply personal and emotional experience that is also shared among each of the participants. Those who choose this experience will be guided through a wide variety of collective dance movements that will leave you feeling refreshed, awakened, and truly connected with those around you.