Michelle Holliday is the author of ‘Age of Thrivability: Vital Perspectives and Practices for a Better World’ She is the host of Thrivable World https://thrivableworld.mn.co/feed and has presented in several TEDX conferences (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilGHJL3fxHE&t=3s)
Michelle promotes natural systems thinking and reminds us that we are nature, and that by acting as nature we can develop life-aligned and life enhancing relationships in our lives, our work, and our communities.
In this one-day workshop Michelle and Katharine Burke, founder of the Small Earth Institute in Norway, will
• apply natural systems thinking to make sense of the chaos, complexity and potential in the world
• explore our role as humans connected to and interdependent with the ‘more than human world’, and
• provide an introduction to the emerging worldview and practice of “thrivability”.
The event will take place in Sandefjord Norway, close to Torp Airport. It will include two snack/cofffee breaks, healthy lunch, and a dinner following the end of the workshop. The dinner will be in a standup/sit down mingling format, which will create possiblities to meet other particpants and strengthen relationships that will lead to further interconnectedness
Please join us for a provocative, paradigm shifting and fun workshop!
“If humanity is going to make it through, the intention of our work together must be to shape every project, every community as a practice ground for a more thrivable world.” — Michelle Holliday
(includes full day 8 hour workshop, two coffee/tea/snack breaks, lunch, and dinner)
Steady income: 2000kr
Institution/supporting contribution: 2500 kr.
For further information and to register, please contact:
The Small Earth Institute: www.smallearthinstitute.com
Facebook: The Small Earth Institute