In 2017 Daniel will be back in China with open-to-the-public courses on the following dates:
- May 25-29, 2017 to co-facilitate with the Presencing Institute Presencing Foundation Program (PFP) in Hangzou.
- May 31, 2017 to co-facilitate a post-PFP 1-day deep-dive on sensing in Shanghai, which will explore this topic as the most underestimated leadership capacity.
- Dec 8th, 2017 a similar day of sensing will take place in Shanghai
- Dec 9th - 10th, 2017 a 2-day Basics SPT course will be taught at the Shanghai China Coaching Center. For more information contact us!
In December 2016, Arawana and Daniel Ludevig headed to China for a series of teaching events. Their journey began in Shanghai, where the China Coaching Center (CCC) organized a well-attended 2-day Basics SPT course. The participants were mostly Chinese facilitators and coaches, many of whom had come in contact with SPT through the Theory U Presencing Foundation Program held in China earlier in 2016 or through the ULAB MOOC. The course explored some of the fundamental SPT practices, as well as applying SPT to cases through Stuck and a 4-D mapping on one of the student’s corporate client challenges. The following week, they co-facilitated, along with Lili Xu Brandt and Jayce Lee, a 1-day workshop on Sensing and Visualization.
This workshop, organized by ULab China, CCC and several sponsors, brought together a diverse group of entrepreneurs, business people, social change makers, facilitators and coaches, engaging them in an experiential journey of sensing as one of the most under-utilized leadership capacities. Participants learned and engaged with phenomenology, graphic facilitation and social presencing theater as a way of accessing intelligence from the head, heart and body. Arawana and Daniel then flew to Beijing where the CCC again hosted another 2-day Basics SPT course in their beautiful new Beijing office. Set in a modern space decorated with natural elements of stone, wood, plants and glass, this workshop was made up of not only coaches and facilitators, but also many employees of large companies. Reflecting on their time in China, Daniel remarked “We were so impressed with the level of interest and curiosity not only in learning and understanding the various forms and exercises, but also in wanting to use them for real change and impact.”