A complimentary (no charge) introduction to our new drama-based, experiential Resilience training programme
On the morning of 6 February 2019, we’re going to be in Central London with our colleague, Lydia Guthrie BA (Oxon), MSc, Dip SW, presenting content from our new drama-based, experiential training programme which takes a more holistic approach to Resilience.
Who is this event for?
If your organisation is doing work on mental health, wellbeing or stress at work you can directly experience our interactive and engaging content and talk to the people behind our new Resilience programme at The Training Room Hire Company, London. The event will help you decide whether our approach would work for you.
If you’re looking to develop your own individual resilience, this isn’t a full training session and we don’t recommend attendance.
Taking a holistic approach
Many organisations wish their employees had more ‘bouncebackability’ to cope with all the demands, uncertainty and setbacks work throws at them. The biggest problem with this is when the onus falls on the individual employee to learn to ‘roll with the punches’, while the organisation neglects what it can do to lessen the blows and support the wellbeing of its people.
In collaboration with our colleague, Lydia Guthrie, we’ve been developing a drama-based, experiential training programme that takes a more holistic approach to Resilience. Presenting fictional characters in realistic scenarios, it explores the dynamic interaction taking place in workplaces every day between personal factors, leadership and the wider environment.
Achieving positive change
Designed for groups of employees in their organisations, our new Resilience training programme deepens their understanding of what it means to be resilient and enables them to identify steps they can take, individually and together, to increase their capacity to draw upon their strengths to cope with challenges and make sense of them.
At Enact Solutions, we put the emphasis on the learner experience. We use dramatised content, multi-media filmed resources, electronic voting systems and skilled facilitation to dynamically bring issues to life and evoke feelings, powerful moments, that open learners to new ways of thinking and behaving. On 6 February 2019, you can directly experience how well this works.
Here’s the programme we’ve put together for you:
- Welcome and introductions – Getting to know each other;
- Why are we here? Aims – What you want from the morning and what we have planned;
- Resilience – Lydia Guthrie explores the concept, what it takes to develop it, and where responsibility for it lies;
- Experiential content – a selection of scenes and exercises set in our fictional company and based around the day-to-day experiences of one employee, Elsie Nicer, and her Team Leader Neil Cerise;
- Action planning – from learning into action;
- Evaluation – key learning points and impact; and
- Q&A – Answering your questions about drama-based, experiential training.
Book your free place
The event takes place on Wednesday 6 February 2019 at 9.15am (for refreshments) with a start time of 9.30am and an end time of 12.30pm. It will be held at The Training Room Hire Company, 70 Clifton Street, London, EC2A 4HB. (Directions PDF)
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Graham Coleman via email or call 01484 310234.
(Please note, due to demand and administration costs, there will be a £99 plus VAT charge for cancellations received less than 48 hours prior to the event.)
Lydia Guthrie BA (Oxon), MSc, Dip SW, Systemic Practitioner is Co-Director of Change Point Ltd, and works as a consultant, trainer and supervisor across local authority, health, criminal justice and voluntary sector settings. Previously, she spent ten years working for the Probation Service. She is the author of two books and is currently training as a systemic psychotherapist at the Institute of Family Therapy.
Someone clever once said, “Human beings cannot progress unless somehow they do things differently today from the way they did them yesterday” (Shigeo Shingo). We see our purpose as helping you do things differently. We want to inspire our learners to make a positive difference, so expect a highly interactive, engaging, and enjoyable experience; one which you won’t forget for a long time (in a good way). Our clients include Adidas, National Grid and the NHS. And, at the risk of blowing our own trumpet, most participants really like what we do.