RESILIENCE training - A Special BIG Event workshop
Tuesday 20 July, 2021 - 2:30-5:00pm
What will happen in this Skills Building Workshop?
This workshop asks how - as producers, project managers, funders, artists and administrators - we value ourselves alongside the work we are delivering.
Georgina first began exploring resilience as part of the development of a digital game, commissioned by the BBC/Somethin' Else in 2011. After experiencing her own ‘burnout’ working as a senior creative producer in large-scale organisations, she began to research and develop workshop content which explores what causes us to reach our limits and how can we create more sustainable working approaches. As mental health continues to gain recognition in the media and workplace, Georgina is particularly interested in the sustainability of individuals working across 'passion sectors'.
Inspired by the work of Sophy Banks, Joanna Macey and her lived experience, Georgina has created a group-based workshop that is creative, interactive and practical.
Over the course of two and a half hour workshop, we will:
- Begin to define resilience
- Start to recognise what pushes us beyond our limits
- Begin to identify practical steps to stay resilient as we addressing our own, personal balance
Who is the day for?
- Anyone who programmes events
- Heads of Science
- Anyone delivering large programmes of work
- Managers looking to support teams through self led practice
- Anyone interested in understanding ‘burnout'
Georgina Bednar, No Ordinary Experience
Georgina is the founder of No Ordinary Experience, a small arts led company working across social, education, place-making and charity sectors. Georgina began her career facilitating with young people and communities outside of the mainstream arts venues. As a facilitator, she has worked extensively within youth contexts, faith communities and professionals across arts organizations to drive collaborative conversations creating change. She is a consultant with Tonic Theatre imbedding change, diversity and staff wellbeing within organisations such as the Royal Opera House, Sadler's Wells and The British Science Association. Georgina has created personal development programmes with The Children Society & Southbank Centre and convened programmes for The British Council. She has coached MA students at Central School of Speech and Goldsmith University and works 1:1 with senior leaders across the Arts. She has trained in Relational Dynamics, Open Spaces, Forum Theatre & other arts based practices, and recently trained with Jenny McKewan in Systematic Coaching (e.g. Constellations).Costs
£5 for BIG members; limited availability, registration is required
Non-members will need to join BIG first at an annual cost of £35 and then come back to register for the workshop as a member.