September 1 – 3 Hazel Hill Wood, near Salisbury
led by Alan Heeks and David Owen
This workshop explores how men can combine the best of masculine qualities like clarity and drive with feminine gifts like receptiveness and nurturing. We’ll consider how men can connect with their power, with sensitivity and passion, getting beyond typical hierarchy and patriarchy, integrating emotional and creative intelligence with intellectual and practical skills. We’ll use innovative models around human health and natural ecosystems, probing resistance to change, and exploring ways to compost negative feelings and cultivate a values-based organisation.
The sheer uncertainty and complexity of these times means that old command-and-control approaches are struggling and need to change. This group offers a supportive space for men to develop their capacity to lead and manage at work. The facilitators are experienced in mens work, leadership and coaching and training individuals and groups in these topics.
This event is organized by Wisdom Tree, a small team helping individuals, organisations and communities
with skills for resilience and wellbeing.
Hazel Hill is a 70 acre conservation woodland education centre, seven miles from Salisbury. It has simple, yet beautifully crafted off-grid wooden buildings with great indoor and outdoor group spaces, basic accommodation in bedrooms and sleeping lofts, good hot showers and compost loos. It has provided a powerful venue for many men’s groups and organisational groups: see www.hazelhill.org.uk
Dr David Owen is a leading Holistic Physician and educator, who in addition to running his own successful practice, has developed a relational model of coaching to work with individuals and organisations, as described in the book Passionate Medicine.
Alan Heeks is a Harvard MBA and successful business manager who has worked in personal and organisational development for many years. He founded Hazel Hill Wood, and has written two books on resilience: see www.alanheeks.com.
Timing: from 7pm Thursday September 1stto Saturday September 3rd.
Cost: Including food and basic accommodation, £150 for individual bookings (Concessions £120) £250 for organisational bookings.
Some private bedrooms are available at a small premium. You are also welcome to camp.
For enquiries and bookings: please contactCharles Kemp m: 0773792891 or email