The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland
Phase II. Kick-off, Develop a Plan, and Get to Work
Kick-off on Sunday
How to learn in this program: specific attention on how you will discuss and integrate the work during the face-to-face
sessions and between the in- person sessions.
- Begin developing a skill development plan
Monday through WednesdaySetting learning and application goals and plans, getting feedback on these,
and revising plans. These plans must address the four content areas listed above (staying in sync, framework for change,
working with resistance, and culture and context) in addition to focusing on personal influence.
Case studies work to
apply the topics covered in Phase I.
Introduction to the use of experiments
Leveraging Self/Practical Influence
The Gestalt approach to influence
Self-assessment (use Principles of Engagement from Rick Maurer's book, Why Don't You Want What I Want?)
Practice personal influence skills through the use of theater improv activities.
Create learning groups that will stay intact
throughout the program.