041 – Presence, Mindfulness and Facilitation – with Amaranatho Robey
Part one: Learnings from the life of a monk
Part two: Presence, mindfulness and facilitation
Don't miss the part when Ama tells the story why the monastery bought him a punch-bag and what that taught him about dealing with anger.
Although I highly recommend keeping a pen and paper at hand, you may also just download mine!
Questions and Answers (Part 2)
[1:05] What have you learned about presence during your life as a monk and how do you apply it to facilitation?
[4:39] what have you learned about conflict?
[8:43] How would you apply this technique to an organisational and leadership context?
[10:17] How can we work with impatient leaders who would not allow time for grief?
[12:15] How can you help leaders to become more mindful of that difference?
[13:53] What would be your advice to these leaders to be more self-aware?
[15:53] What would be your advice to these leaders to be more self-aware?
[20:35] How can we help groups to transition from their busy lives into a calm mindset when entering the workshop?
[22:12] Can you give us an example of your favourite play?
[23:59] What would you then do with the energy you created?
[26:30] How does a group drawing look like?
[28:38] What makes a workshop fail?
[37:15] Is there anything you would have wanted to speak about, that we haven't mentioned yet?
[40:41] What is your definition of ego?
Links to check
- Amaranatho's business page: www.playfulmonk.net
- My 12-steps checklist to prepare successful workshops
- Rod Young, global CEO of Cartridge World
- Brené Brown's TED talk about vulnerability and courage
- Don't just do something, stand there by
- Our sponsor Session Lab - An online agenda builder and exercise library
- Rein Sevenstern from Experiential Learning - This episode's featured SessionLab user
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