Brummies! This Tuesday!
I've been part of a cohort of 12 people following their curiosity over a period of six months.
Our learning questions range across: supporting Black woman to heal and grow, death dying and grief, citizen empowerment, nurturing humane leaders, embodied learning, sustainable creative practice, attribution, veganism and human evolution, ethical data, notetaking and journalling, creative identities, and developing a spirituality practice.
This Tuesday we're having an evening of sharing our journey. I'd LOVE it if you come (and share the event/tell people!). Tickets are priced so money isn't an obstacle.
Lots of us have 'stations' around the room with various interactive experiences where you can explore our work, plus there'll be some 5-min talks in the middle.
Loads of food - including veggie and vegan - and chill, warm vibes.
I'll be talking about my exploration of interdependent human and humane leadership that lead in part to the Circle of Curious Complexity, which is very sweetly growing.
Here are the other learning questions:
Can storytelling and meaningful conversations help Black women to heal and grow?
How can I show that death, dying and grief can still mean life, love and hope?
How might citizen empowerment form the basis of changes in the urban environment?
How can I keep using embodied learning in how I work and coach?
How to stay in love with your creative calling when it becomes your vocation?
What is attribution and how can we use it as a tool to empower ourselves and others?
Where could veganism as a manifestation of spiritual connectivity to the Earth take our social, cultural, and cognitive evolution?
How might we gather and share ‘Ethical Data’ to help us build better places to live?
How can I continue supporting myself and communicating about the process?
How might I cultivate a spirituality practice?
How can we make creative identities for ourselves, as artists?
Accessibility: Impact Hub Birmingham has step-free access throughout. We couldn't raise the money for BSL interpreters, or palantypists for the presentations, sorry. There is a detailed printed booklet talking about the journey of each person.