※ After Japanese version, there is English version. ※

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『多様性を体感し、その先にある叡智に触れる ワークショップ』
“Exploring Diversity Through Our Hearts And Bodies”

3/13(土)11:00~17:00 / 南青山

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◆ 日時:3月13日(土)11:00~17:00
◆ 場所:ウェズリーセンター 205(表参道駅より、徒歩10分強)
地図はこちら
詳しい道順は、お申込み頂いた方に、ご連絡します。

◆ 料金:3000円(お試し価格)
お釣りのないよう、ご準備頂けると幸いです。

◆ 申込み先:  英語 または 日本語を話せる方は、どなたでも歓迎
します。先着順で20名で、締め切ります。

◇ 連絡先: adrianmiki0313@gmail.com
◇ 緊急連絡先: 090-2494-5350 (携帯/吉野 実岐子)

◇ 言語:ファシリテーションは、英語で行いますが、言語に捉われ
ない内容です。必要に応じ、日本語でサポートします。
英語に苦手意識をお持ちの方こそ、いらして下さい。

◆ 持ち物:筆記用具、水、タオル(必要に応じて)
体を動かしますので、スカートやヒールは避けて頂き
水やタオルをお持ち頂くことを、すすめます。

主催:吉野 実岐子、エイドリアン・パンクッチ(イギリス)
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わたしたちは、このワークショップを、東京で開けること
を本当に嬉しく思い、今喜びに満ち溢れながら、この案内
を、みなさんと共有しています。

このワークショップは、異文化の中で、もう一度、人と深く
つながることを試みたい方、その可能性を、ありありと体感
したい方に向けて、デザインされています。

「違い」が、人やコミュニティを、分離するのではなく
「文化=難しい」と、遠ざけて、距離を取るのではなく
心から「違い」を祝福し、「違い」を十分に表現して
「みんな違って、みんないい」を、体現した世界が
あちこちにあるとしたら、どうでしょうか?

満月のような、そこに丸ごと、ただただ多様に、命が存在
する世界を創るのは、そんなに難しいことでしょうか?

わたしたちは、それは簡単だと、信じています。

「みんな違って、みんないい。」が簡単に実現できると信じ
続けられる世界に、みなさんを、ご招待します。

コンフリクトの囚人にも、ハーモニーの囚人にもならない
生き方を、わたしたちと一緒に選びませんか?

特に、以下に当てはまる方、いらして下さい。

□ 間違えることが、こわい
□ 違いに触れる/異文化体験が、好き
□ 英語/日本語に、苦手意識がある
□ 日本人のコミュニティーと、外国人のコミュニティの
交流が薄いと、感じる
□ 言葉によらないコミュニケーションも、楽しんでみたい
□ 恐怖をつくりだすのが、実は得意だ
□ とにかく楽しみたい!
□ インプロ(即興表現)をやりたい

当日は、多様性を感じられる環境を、ご用意しています。
どうぞ、いらして、思い切り楽しんで帰って下さい!

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◆ 主催者紹介
* エイドリアン・パンクッチ(イギリス/コーチ、コンサルタント)

1970年ロンドン生まれ。イタリアとイギリスのハーフ。10歳の娘の父親であり、個人と組織を対象として、コーチングとコンサルティングを提供する。映画界で働いた後、スポーツジャーナリストを経て、2002年に、現在の会社を設立。2008年にCTI応用コースを修了し、現在はORSCの資格コース中。個人あるいは組織の変容と進化に、情熱を注いでいる。ユーモアを大切にし、「やる」といったらやり抜く潔さを持ちながら、タバコはやめられない。

* 吉野 実岐子(日本/コーチ)

1976年埼玉県川越市生まれ。4歳の時、引っ越し先の大阪で、関西弁が話せないと、苛められたことを機に、多様性が人生における大事なテーマとなる。その視点から、外国人の語学サポート、障害者のサポートを行った経験も持つ。会社員時代、多様性を保持するまちと出会い、強く惹かれ、大学院に進む。その後、CTIの理念に深く共鳴し、米国CTI認定 コーアクティブ・コーチとなる。旅、猫と仲良くなる、梅干しが、愛してやまないもの。英語は、まあまあ好き。

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◆ English Version ◆
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“Exploring Diversity Through Our Hearts And Bodies”
(An experiential workshop)

When: Saturday 13th March, 11.00am – 17.00pm
Where: The Wesley Center, Minami Aoyama, Tokyo
we will provide a map and directions before 13th.

Price: 3,000 yen(Trial Price).
Please pay on the day of workshop. Note:Please have the exact amount.
Register: http://my.formman.com/form/pc/idbvlZ3733m3So0A/

Language: Facilitation in English and Japanese, as needed.
Contact: adrianmiki0313@gmail.com
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Miki Yoshino from Japan and Adrian Pancucci from the UK are delighted to offer our new, one-day workshop – “Exploring Diversity Through Our Hearts And Bodies”.

This is a chance for you to participate in group exercises and activities that will help you deepen your awareness of the possibilities available to us when we connect across cultural divides.

Why this workshop? And why now?

For many of us, the world is shrinking. Technology, business, lifestyle and an increasingly globalized economy mean that we have more and more contact with different people and different cultures.

Cultural differences often keep people separate from each other. This happens on an individual and on a group basis. In Japan, for example, foreign communities and Japanese communities do not often mix.

Sometimes this separation means we settle for peaceful but indifferent co-existence. And at other times this separation causes misunderstanding and conflict.

So – imagine what would be possible if you could connect with anyone from anywhere and build productive, harmonious relationships regardless of cultural or personal difference? Imagine what you could do if you encountered personal and cultural differences but did not encounter barriers to communication and understanding?

Using whole group, smaller group and improvisation exercises, we will work together to explore our differences and what connects us, grow our awareness and give up unconscious assumptions.

Who are the workshop leaders?

Adrian and Miki are very different.
We are of different gender and age, come from very different parts of the world and have had radically different upbringings, education, careers and life experiences. When it’s morning in London, it is evening in Tokyo. When Tokyo is in the light, London moves into its night. We do not even share the sun and the moon.

And yet through working together and exploring our differences, we realized that essentially we are the same.

By building a strong connection with each other, we have space to express our differences fully and to recognize that fundamentally, we are the same. We are unique – exactly like each other and everybody else.

By exploring the infinite possibility in diversity, we remove any fear of difference and build a world of peace, fun and creativity.

Through this workshop, we will invite you into a world where we all celebrate and express our differences and discover that these differences don’t need to lead to problems and conflict because essentially, we are the same.

Who will want to attend this workshop?

People from every nationality, culture and walk of life are welcome to attend this workshop. We believe you will find it a valuable and enjoyable experience if you:

□ Are afraid of making mistakes
□ Love cross cultural communication
□ Are worried that your English or Japanese is not good enough
□ Feel there is separation between Japanese and foreigners in Japan
□ Enjoy non-verbal communication as well as verbal
□ People who are good at making scares
□ Want to have fun

PLEASE NOTE: The workshop is limited to 20 participants. We hope to have a diverse group of foreign and Japanese participants. We will handle inquiries on a first-come and first-served basis
 Please wear casual clothes
 Lunch time will start from 13:00 to 14:00
 Please bring a pen and notebook with you. As this is an experiential workshop, there will be some light physical activities as well, so please bring whatever you need so that you can be comfortable.

Profiles:
Miki YOSHINO (Japan)
I was born in Kawagoe, near Tokyo in 1976. My first experience with diversity occurred when I was 4 years old after my family moved to Osaka from Tokyo. After entering kindergarten, I was picked on because of my “strange” Tokyo dialect. Because of that, I have always been interested in exploring and celebrating diversity through studying French and English, volunteering with handicapped people and foreigners in Japan. When I was working in a food company, I was strongly attracted a diverse community and to research that, I went to a graduate school. I found the same philosophy regarding diversity within The Coaches Training Institute and therefore, became a Certified Professional Co-active Coach. Besides cultural exchange and diversity, I love traveling, being with my friends and cats, studying English and chatting with friends over good food.

Adrian PANCUCCI (UK)
Born in London in 1970, Adrian is half British and half Sicilian. His British half is a mixture of Saxon, Spanish, Irish, German, Belgian, Roman and Viking, while his Sicilian half is probably a mixture of Italian, Arabic, Norman, Spanish and Ancient Greek.

Still living in the city of his birth, Adrian is married and is father to a 10-year old daughter. He works as a one-to-one and team coach and leadership/organisational development consultant. He enjoyed school as a young boy – but stopped liking it when he was a teenager, and so left with very few qualifications. He worked in a cinema and as a trainee sports journalist before starting a career focused on communication and relationships. That was in 1993 and by 2002 he set up is own company with his wife Lesley.

In 2008, Adrian trained with the Coaches Training Institute, followed by Systems Coaching training with the Center for Right Relationship in 2009. Adrian is now a professional Co-active and Relationship Systems Coach. He is passionately committed to working with individuals and groups to explore how they can transform, evolve and create powerful new methods for designing a new future.

【開催報告 / Report】 3/13 多様性のWS / Exploring Diversity Through Our Hearts And Bodies