Tag: Workshop Comments
If you were able to postpone traveling back to your hometown until Sunday afternoon, what were your favorite workshop moments? Please take a few moments to comment about what stood out to you most during your last day of Symposium 2011. Feel free to leave comments below on the Comment Board, on other Sunday post, or on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Thank you so much for all of your participation—we believe it helps create a sense of cohesion and community, even when we’re not all in the same Omni Shoreham ballroom03.28.2011 Posted In: Workshop Comments By Jordan Magaziner
What were some moments from today that stood out for you the most? We invite you to take a few minutes to reflect on your favorite workshops from today and share what was most interesting or new today. You can comment below on the Comment Board, on other Saturday blog posts, or on our Facebook and Twitter pages. As always, we encourage you to include your name and hometown to continue creating a sense of community that we strive to create particularly at the Symposium each year.03.26.2011 Posted In: Workshop Comments By Jordan Magaziner
Welcome to the 2011 Symposium! Although some have been in the conference mindset since Wednesday, Friday is the first day of clinical workshops. Today began with Sherry Turkle’s intriguing morning keynote about technology and human relationships, and of course, Rich Simon’s unforgettable musical rendition of “Don’t Stop Believin’!”
What were your favorite workshop experiences today? What was most striking or interesting or new? We invite your comments here on the Comment Boards, on other Friday blog posts, or, if you’re unfamiliar with social networking, we welcome you to “brave new worlds” and explore our Facebook and Twitter pages! What as the best part of today for you?
Welcome to the Symposium! Some of you have already been in the spirit of this annual gathering since Wednesday with the start of the Hero’s Journey, some of you have arrived today from all over the world, and some will be arriving tomorrow.03.24.2011 Posted In: Workshop Comments By Jordan Magaziner
Did you participate in Part 2 of the Hero’s Journey? What was it like to conclude that 2-day experience? If you participated in other Creativity Day workshops, what were your experiences like?
Read about others’ experiences here on the Comment Boards, or on the other Thursday blog posts highlighting this morning's Kickoff event and the Creativity Day Workshops, or go up to our Facebook and Twitter pages and join in the conversation there! In any case, we invite you to include your name and hometown with your comments.
Creativity Day is a rare opportunity for those of us stuck in the grind of day-to-day sameness and seemingly endless to-do lists. This particularly special day of the conference affords us an opportunity to try something new, to explore a passion we don’t get to pursue in our careers, or to discover creative techniques that can be incorporated into our daily personal and professional lives.03.24.2011 Posted In: Symposium Highlights By Jordan Magaziner
Each year, a host of talented and inspirational leaders inspire us in different arenas, offering us the chance to engage in creative adventures like dancing, yoga, photography, and qigong. Whether we’re seasoned singers or tone deaf, it’s a unique and revitalizing experience to try new things or engage in something you know you already love.
This year, for the first time, an extra day was added to the Symposium, to make room for a special 2-day retreat—“The Hero’s Journey”—led by Robert and Deborah Bacon Dilts. What was your experience like on this first day of the Hero’s Journey? What was something that stood out to you—a specific moment, exercise, or idea?03.23.2011 Posted In: Workshop Comments By Jordan Magaziner
As always, we invite you to include your name and hometown with your comment, so we all get even more of a sense of community.