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Tuesday
Aug302011

GMAA Vic September Boardroom Briefing: The Circle of Knowing™

 

 

Where: 

Piper Alderman Boardroom, 385 Bourke Street, Level 24,  Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Date:

Tuesday 20th September 2011 

Timings:

6:00pm for 6:30 pm, Concludes 8:30pm

Cost:  

$20 Financial GMAA Members, FREE  Deakin Alumni Members $30 solA Members, $30 Unfinancial GMAA Members, $35 Non-Members, $20 Students

Bookings: 

Note: Bookings can be made online using the following link or by contacting the National Secretariat email: service@gmaa.com.au
Tel:  (03) 9536 3109  Fax: 03 9525 3656.
Online Registration Link

The Circle of Knowing™ provides opportunities to discover what you need to know….and helps to expand the flow of meaning about our thoughts, our world and our futures.  

The  Circle of Knowing™ is an organic process.  It is a dialogue tool that enables individuals and organisations to openly and honestly express their opinions, share their feelings and articulate their inner most thoughts.   

The Circle of Knowing™ can provide an opportunity to explore and discover new ways of thinking and being.  

The Circle of Knowing™ can be a thought-provoking experience allowing people in organisations, communities, teams, school rooms, in fact anywhere, to make better choices, explore possibility, to get what they really want and to be the best that they can possibly be.  The Circle of Knowing™ introduces participants to the Circle process and provides a unique experience to expand awareness, explore reasoning, create breakthroughs and help to deliver life’s fascinating web - often considered to be unknowable!  

Helen Woods, co-creator of the Circle of Knowing™ will introduce the intrigue of the process and provide members and participants with a unique experience.      

About our Speaker: Helen Woods

Helen Woods is Director and a Principal of The Strategy Team Pty Ltd and whole systems work. We are a group of committed business and social entrepreneurs providing specialised advisory services and support to enterprising organisations wanting to shape a better world for themselves and their communities. Helen has over twenty years experience working in the areas of business development, strategic planning, change management, system capacity building, leadership development, fundraising and philanthropy. 

Helen offers group facilitation to corporate teams, professional and industry groups and workplace communities across Australia. Using her innovative practices and techniques, Helen helps clients turn challenging and complex situations around through co-creating and designing new solutions and shared outcomes. She seeks to help people and groups ‘find their sense of space’; to foster healthy levels of engagement, embrace responsibility and commit to agreed outcomes. 

Helen has consulted to the public sector, big business, NGOs, SMEs, the education sector and industry groups. She has also led the development and marketing of start-up inventions, from product design through to full commercial operation. 

She is an Associate Professor at the Bowater Business School at Deakin University and the Deputy Chairman of the Arts and Entertainment Academic Advisory Board at Deakin.