Participants have the undivided attention of the group to discuss two compelling questions and get to the heart of issues. The facilitator will help discover key dilemmas and pain points from the individual’s experience.
Individuals take 30 minutes to reflect, through whichever method they choose – a cup of tea, meditation or journaling, for example. The key objective is to allow the subconscious to begin to work and understand what is within the locus of control.
Participants will come back together to learn from the collective intelligence of the group in a structured approach; the group will gather ideas, responses and experiences to help each individual find a way to respond within their control.
The facilitator will guide a review of the process so far and the options available so that participants finish with intent and a clear understanding of what is in their control and how they can act immediately.
- Get out of the fight, flight and freeze mode – slow down, express feelings and be listened to
- Move from a stressed state to a relaxed state
- Respond and learn out of hope rather than react out of fear
- Connect leaders and focus on care and community
- Focus on actions that can help regain some control
- Understand pain points and dilemmas