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Open Meeting - Autumn 2014

27 October 2014 10:00–16:30
Manchester
, United Kingdom
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All welcome

Open Meeting - Autumn 2014

An open meeting where a series of presentations of general interest regarding systems practice will be given - this will include 'craft' and active sessions, as well as introductions to theory.  

There is a fee of £10 for all attendees for these meetings, and booking is required via benjamin.taylor@scio.org.uk 

This session is not themed, but happens to include a number of sessions on 'interconnectedness' - the ways in which systems concepts are connected and differentiated, the interconnectedness of the self and of the universe, and the connections between organisations and their environment, from four radical thinkers who are all published writers in their fields.  

Event Resources

Mindfulness practice and the interconnected self
This theoretical and experiential session explores the practice of mindfulness and the qualities of intention that may help cultivate a concept of the self as part of a wider interdependent and interconnected system. We will also discuss the role that mindfulness could play in developing adaptive re... Read more
Mapping the systems landscape (facilitation)
People have been working in the systems field for over 50 years and there is a rich array of approaches and perspectives that can leave even seasoned practitioners in the field with large blind spots, not least those actively engaged in creating new systems knowledge. Newcomers to systems can easily... Read more
Using acceptance and commitment therapy in coaching relational and organisational flexibility
Relational frame theory provides a systemic understanding of human functioning and provides the theoretical basis for acceptance and commitment therapy. With strong links to mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy provides a useful way to connect to our own and to others' emotional and relati... Read more
The Mereon Matrix: harmonic patterning in the universe - Lynnclaire Dennis
Lynnclaire Dennis is a member of an international team of mathematicians, scientists and researchers who’ve worked together since 1994 to systematically verify a geospherical system. From 1998- 2007, computer modelling validated it universal; showing how it dynamically unites Nature’s building block... Read more
27 October 2014 10:00–16:30

Manchester
United Kingdom

£10 - cash on the door please