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Module 1 invites to

PAUSE
&SHIFT

your attention to cultivate mindful decision-making

MODULE 1

Learn to harness the power of storytelling, using it as a tool to gain an objective perspective and overcome emotional biases when facing real challenges.
Learn to explore systems thinking, moving beyond everyday experience to consider broader systems and relationships, leading to comprehensive understanding and the identification of new opportunities.
Learn to cultivate mindful decision-making by pausing and reflecting, gaining a deeper perspective that leads to more sustainable and fulfilling decisions.
Learn to balance rationality and intuition when faced with complex decisions or challenging situations, using a mix of rational thought and intuitive wisdom to remain flexible and open to new insights.
Learn to utilize the storytelling canvas as a structured framework, bringing together new perspectives, insights, and ideas to explore the middle way in decision-making processes.
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MODULE 1 - TRACK 1
LEARN TO DETACH FROM A SITUATION

2.5 hours
Date: February 29th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CET, 1 pm EST, 10 am PST

Storytelling can be an effective tool for detaching from a situation and gaining a more objective perspective, even when dealing with real goals and obstacles. In fact, using storytelling can be particularly helpful when facing real challenges because it allows us to step back and view the situation from a fresh perspective.

The participant is able to find new perspectives and approaches that lead to considering the problem more comprehensively and neutrally, have new insights and solutions that may not have been apparent before, free from the emotional biases and preconceptions that can cloud their judgment.

To harvest these insights, we will step into a space of peer coaching. It is a structured conversation between two peers (case giver & case listener) that uses language, imagery, feelings, and body sensations to facilitate the case giver’s learning and growth.

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MODULE 1 - TRACK 2
LEARN TO MAP THE TERRITORY

2.5 hours
Date: March 7th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CET, 1 pm EST, 10 am PST

To gain a more comprehensive understanding and to find solid and sustainable solutions to the challenges we face in our everyday work, it is essential to move beyond our everyday experience and reasoning and take into account the broader systems and relationships that influence the situation.

This requires us to consider the immediate consequences of our actions and the potential long-term impacts on the wider system. Therefore, we can identify new opportunities and approaches that may not be apparent in our current reality.

The tool of choice is 3-D Mapping. It can be a valuable tool to move beyond linear reasoning. It enables users to visualize and understand complex systems, identify potential leverage points, and target interventions where they are most likely to have a positive impact. To harvest these insights, we will once again step into a space of peer coaching.

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MODULE 1 - TRACK 3
LEARN TO CALM OUR MIND

2.5 hours
Date: March 14th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CET, 2 pm EDT, 11 am PDT

When solving a problem, we often follow a pattern where we analyze the situation, obtain data, and apply rational thought to arrive at a solution. This approach is effective in some situations, but it has its limitations. By focusing solely on the details of the problem at hand, we may miss the larger context and fail to see the broader implications of our decisions.

Pausing and calming minds are essential to gain a deeper perspective on a situation. By taking a step back and allowing ourselves to reflect, we can gain new insights and understandings that may have been overlooked in the heat of the moment. In this way, one can approach problems with a broader perspective and make more sustainable, meaningful, and fulfilling decisions.

There are many ways to calm the mind and gain a deeper perspective  on a situation. Our tool of choice is a deep-focus exercise with guided mindfulness training.

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MODULE 1 - TRACK 4
LEARN TO FIND THE MIDDLE WAY

2.5 hours
Date: March 21st, 2024
Time: 7 pm CET, 2 pm EDT, 11 am PDT

When faced with complex decisions or challenging situations, it can be easy to fall into one of two extremes: mindless action or paralysis by analysis. Mindless action involves making impulsive decisions without considering the consequences, while paralysis by analysis involves overthinking and analyzing a situation to the point of inaction. The key is finding the right balance.

In using a mix of rational thought and intuitive wisdom, we become more mindful of any decision’s potential risks and uncertainties and be willing to adapt and adjust our approach as circumstances change. This requires a certain level of self-awareness that makes us flexible, open to new information, and willing to take calculated risks when necessary. It involves trusting our own judgment while also being willing to seek out the insights and perspectives of others.

The tool of choice to explore the middle way is bringing all new insights, perspectives and ideas into a (re)structured framework. For that, we use the storytelling canvas.

WHO IS YOUR COACH
IN THIS MODULE

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I invite you to embrace the power of mindset. As you journey forward, my goal is for you to depart with a transformed perspective on every challenge you encounter. May you unlock your mind to new possibilities, guided by reflection, mindfulness, and the profound impact of purposeful questions.

Helio Borges / Capacity builder and Coach for Conscious Business Agility and Conscious Systems Change. Also Author, Speaker and Lecturer / Caracas, Venezuela

HOW DOES IT HELP
AS IT RESONATES FROM OUR ATTENDEES

I learned to look at situations from all directions.

I’ll adopt a new behaviour with more listening and sensitivity without prejudice.

I feel encouraged that I can spend more effort to listen without trying to formulate a response.

I learned that actively looking at systems from different positions shows different results.

I’ll adopt to “dive” deeper in communications.

I feel that I will sometimes take the time to step out of a situation to change perspective.

I learned to listen more and to rely more on my colleagues.

I see, that self-reflection and listening are key to a better communication.

I learned that I can go back to the bottom and start again.

Everything is not always as it seems. Perspectives have an impact on how we see things.

I feel that we are stronger together.

I learned that clear communication and asking questions is the key to success.

I learned to be more open to different things and to face my issues.

I take away from these lessons the realization that I can listen better.

I have learned that listening is a greater gift than trying to reach out.

I will adopt trying to use some reflecting skills in my “normal” work life.

I see more clearly. Temporary solutions do not make sense.

I have also learned to listen to myself more.

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WHO IS YOUR FACILITATOR
IN THIS MODULE

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Take a moment to recognize the presence of your inner calm. In our shared journey, you will build a stronger connection to this innate resource, enabling you to access it with greater ease, especially in the most demanding and challenging situations.

Coco Lamenzo, Facilitator for transformative learning experiences @Attentability