The Flow Game with Cass Spong
This “Experience” is limited to 4-6 people. It is a PAY AS YOU FEEL session.
You will be given the opportunity to contribute to Cass and LAST Anywhere at the conclusion of the workshop. If you are a LAST Anywhere Monthly member, this “Longer workshop” does not count against your allowance.
I have participated in an in-person a Flow Game before, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that that online experience was no less powerful. For whatever was lost by no being physically together, there were other things gained in terms of the sense of focus and closeness.Pete Cohen
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About the Workshop
Do you want to take stock of who you are, what you’re doing, or what you should do next? Taking part in this experience with Cass, might help you to do this.
The Flow Game is a unique opportunity to breathe deeply, cultivate meaningful connections, give and receive wisdom on questions that are important to us, in a safe, supportive environment. A space to process and heal, away from the noise; where we can move through the process of acceptance which will allow us to reimagine ourselves in this new reality and move from surviving to thriving now and beyond.
The Flow Game’s purpose is to ground, strengthen and bring clarity and flow to you, your life, leadership and actions. The Flow Game is played with 3-6 players and a certified Flow Game host over 4 hours (with breaks). To play the Flow Game you need to have a question that matters to you. It might be something about work or life, home or community. Perhaps you want to think more deeply about your career or how you can make a contribution in the world. Maybe your question is about being in a better relationship with yourself, your family or colleagues. Or you want to ask about how you might exercise your leadership in a new and more potent way.
Come prepared to support and be supported and to meet the next most powerful version of yourself. The Flow Game is simple and easy to play, and that is also why it is so powerful. Treat yourself to an insightful and reflective exchange that taps into the collective wisdom. Explore the questions that you’re sitting with, go with the flow, and walk out with clarity and inspiration!
Cass has two decades of international consulting experience and in 2012 founded ENTHEOS Consulting, a Systems based organisational development consultancy which has partnered with large private corporates, public sector, universities and not- for-profit organisations. I am passionate about partnering with leaders, organisations and teams to cultivate more effective, sustainable and inspiring organisations that achieve financial and performance success; and employee personal engagement, fulfilment and wellbeing.
Over the last few years she has channelled her passion and expertise into developing the ENTHEOS Collaborative Systems Thinking® approach as a way to build shared understanding of the dynamics of complex organisational systems and take collective action to operate more effectively. ENTHEOS Collaborative Systems Thinking®, methodology combines the best of Systems Thinking with Collaborative processes and is a powerful intervention for organisations to understand the dynamics of the system they operate in and co-create, identify systemic levers, create actions plans and develop a shared commitment to focus organisational energy, resources and time more effectively and efficiently.
Cass is a Melbourne University Honorary Fellow collaborating with the University’s Centre for Positive Psychology to develop the emerging field of “Systems Informed Positive Psychology” or “Systems of Wellbeing” This collaboration brings together the wisdom, knowledge and insights from both Positive Psychology and Systems Science, recognising that wellbeing is only sustainable when we understand how deeply interconnected and complex, we and our Systems are, and take a whole Systems approach to thriving.
As a Flow Game Host and LEGO®️ Serious Play Accredited Facilitator she incorporates creative techniques to build relationships, engage all learning styles and make the process fun whilst achieving sustainable results!
Cass has also been a presenter at multiple LAST and 1st Conferences.
Title: The Flow Game with Cass Spong
Date: Saturday 30 May 2020
Duration: 4 hours, including breaks
Time: 10.00a – 2:00p AEST (Find your local time)
Keywords: self improvement, positive psychology, meaning, leadership