Facilitating with Stories: Ethics, Reflective Practice and Philosophies
This book provides a rich connection between theory and practice for those seeking to work with stories in organisational, community, educative or coaching settings. With an international cast of contributors, it charters a unique inquiry into both ethics and the facilitation philosophies for working with stories supporting educators, facilitators, trainers and consultants towards more effective and considered practice. This book will be a valuable resource for professionals and reflective practitioners seeking to explore: What informs an ethics of facilitating with stories? How can we create safe spaces for story work? In what ways do we need to be attuned to power when working with stories in organisations and corporations? What are the unintended and ethical consequences of facilitating with stories?
Andrew Rixon, PhD, DTM, is an internationally experienced consultant, coach and educator with a passion for new approaches to leadership and change. In 2009, he founded The Story Conference (http://www.thestoryconference.com.au), a national story conference providing a space for practitioners interested in the use and application of story and narrative techniques for individuals, communities, and organisations. He is a Faculty Member at Swinburne Business School, Australia, and is the co-editor of the books The Story Cookbook: Practical Recipes for Change and Making Sense of Stories: An Inquirer’s Compendium.
Cathryn Lloyd, DCI, is Founding Director of Maverick Minds, a boutique creative human development service that helps individuals, teams, and groups work creatively well through coaching and facilitation. She is an educator, author, and creative arts practitioner. She is the co-author of the Story Cookbook: Practical Recipes for Change and author of Seriously Playful Creativity. She is a Doctor of Creative Industries (Research), holds Individual Team Coaching Accreditation (ITCA) from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), of which she is a member.
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