Flexibility and Authenticity: A regenerative approach to work

Flexibility and Authenticity: A regenerative approach to work

Date(s) - 25 April 2023
13:00 - 14:00

15th Floor, 103 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 3AG

“Permacrisis” was the Collins Dictionary’s word of the year for 2022, combining permanent and crisis: writer David Shariatmadari comments that permacrisis “perfectly embodies the dizzying sense of lurching from one unprecedented event to another”. Amidst so much change, globally and nationally, our workplaces and work practices need be nimble, adapting and flexing in the face of both crisis and change.

Not only for effectiveness at work but also for our own wellbeing, regenerative practice supports us in adapting effectively.  What are the hallmarks of regenerative practice and how can this helpfully shape the way we approach our own work?

Our speaker is Rev Dr Sally Nash is a Birmingham-based freelance theological educator, researcher, mentor/coach, spiritual accompanier, ministry consultant and she is an Anglican priest.  A key focus for Sally is on spiritual health and wellbeing.  Sally is a passionate sports fan, supporting Spurs, and she enjoys independent coffee shops and walking, particularly by the sea. She also enjoys blogging with her husband Paul under the banner of Marker Posts and Shelters.

  • Donations: There will be no charge for the event. However, ChaplaincyPlus relies on donations to deliver our vision to help people encounter the depth dimension of faith and life, so we are giving those who chose to do so the opportunity to support ChaplaincyPlus with a donation, when booking a place for this event, to enable our work to remain open to all.
  • Inclusive: This lunchtime session is particularly offered to the Christians across the business community and will be accessible to Christians of all denominations. We are also glad to welcome people of all faiths and none.

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