Accessing what talking and thinking can't reach
Write Thinking is a fresh, unique and playful facilitation and coaching approach using creative writing and journaling exercises to unlock thinking, surface ideas, connect to goals, solve problems and build resilience.
It’s accessible (anyone can do it), playful and can also be great fun.
It’s great for:
* Perspective and insights leading to ideas (that you don't have to 'think up')
* Clarity, focus and headspace
* Self-awareness, care and discovery for resilience
* Building teams and relationships
* Learning and reflecting
From as little as one hour, Write Thinking can be used on its own as an energiser, or to open up thinking at the beginning of a larger workshop and works really well in collaboration with other facilitation tools. It can be applied to any topic, audience or desired outcome whether planning, product development, learning or team-building.
How it works
By throwing out the writing rulebook and using writing simply as a tool, people are free to write without editing themselves, which they generally do when speaking.
What it involves
Participants take part in timed writing exercises where they are encouraged to write freely (keeping the pen moving). The writing itself is not as important as what it surfaces and what can be learned from the experience of writing on a particular topic.
We write differently – often more – when writing with other people. We get the opportunity to be witnessed and to learn from each other.
* Expands imagination and unleashes ideas.
* Everyone can take part, no matter how ‘creative’ or not they may label themselves.
* People leave more deeply connected to the topic, themselves and others.
* It's fun and enlightening and can unleash forgotten creativity.
* All voices and ideas are heard and the group leaves feeling united, energised and inspired.
* Gives people new techniques to make their lives easier and more enjoyable.
* Builds confidence.
Find out more about:
* Write Thinking for achieving goals/solving problems Coach yourself with a Pen