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The Great Debate: Is facilitating the transfer of learning Art or Science ?

Adelaide 3 December 2019 (7:30am - 8:30am; Registration from 7:00am)

Breakfast will be provided, followed by an opportunity for networking. All attendees will receive a small Christmas gift.

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Tiffany Wheatley

Tiffany Wheatley

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2019-12-03 - Local (Adelaide)


Join us at this event where you will not only have loads of fun, but have the opportunity to take away some hints and tips on how to tweak your facilitation style from an art and a science perspective.

Lets get ready to rumble! December 3 is set to be the boxing match (a-hm, debate) of the year and promises to be a classic in every sense of the word.

In the red corner, weighing in with 10+ years of study on how neuroscience contributes to the transfer of learning, Julie Cunningham is the undisputed brain savvy world champion!

And in the blue corner, weighing in with 10+ years of using art therapy in workshops to ensure a  successful transfer of learning, Belinda Ryan is a creative artist extraordinaire!

At this event we will see Julie and Belinda battle it out for a prize of eternal glory !

About our Presenters:

Julie Cunningham partners with Directors, Executives and Leaders and their teams to build capability and understanding in dealing with the stresses and strains of daily life and the growing demands of leadership in the new world of work. Julie offers a coach who has deep knowledge in neuroscience, complex thinking, habit change and how to stay mindful, resilient and high accomplishing.

Belinda Ryan is a leading art therapist and Director of Ignite Art Therapies. Bel is passionate about using creativity to problem solve, self-reflect, inspire and motivate. For over 15 years Bel has designed and facilitated programs, worked extensively with vulnerable people and developed creative well-being workshops for organisations. Bel thrives in using an experiential approach for understanding, empowerment and learning.

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