Flow in practice Real world applications of flow for creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, teams and organisations

Flow in practice

Flow in practice Real world applications of flow for creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, teams and organisations 2nd April 2020, London

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About the conference

Flow in practice

Real world applications of flow for creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, teams and organisations

Flow is an optimal state of consciousness that gives you access to heightened levels of awareness and accelerates your performance. It enables you to function at your very best and better. It’s also one of the most potent, natural, feel-good experiences you can have.

Coaches, psychologists, knowledge workers, business owners and leaders are already taking advantage of understanding the flow state for themselves, their teams and their clients.

This one-day event is the first of its kind, as it brings together specialists that already take flow in practice into different sectors of industry.
The day will offer you an understanding of how flow enhances the performance and wellbeing of individuals, with a focus on creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, teams and organisations.

It will be an enjoyable, explorative time, with a mix of content, case studies, research, practical examples, the experience of flow in a World Champion winning team by one of its members and an audience participation experience of group flow through laughter.

We also have speakers from the European Flow Researchers Network (EFRN), a group of like-minded yet diverse researchers from across Europe, who investigate the flow experience.

Flow experiences are considered by individuals to be some of the most enjoyable, rewarding, meaningful and engaging times that they have. Work produced during flow tends to be more creative and of a higher quality, and there is more satisfaction and positive emotion from their accomplishments.

Over the next few years, understanding and putting flow into practice will become an essential element in the workplace, because productivity, ideation, implementation, group synergy and individual wellbeing are all positively enhanced by the flow experience.

Built on decades of research and studies, flow has become a practical and accessible understanding that will be presented to you during this day.

 

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Suitable for practitioners, who provide in house or consulting services to organisations, focusing on people and organisation development, including:

 

HR Practitioners – Talent, Strategy, T, D & L, HR Business Partners
Coaches: executive, career, business
Positive Psychology Practitioners
Supervisors
Consultants
Business and Occupational Psychologists
Researchers
Students
Mentors


  

Registration Fees


15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration £265.00

Details

About the conference

Flow in practice

Real world applications of flow for creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, teams and organisations

Flow is an optimal state of consciousness that gives you access to heightened levels of awareness and accelerates your performance. It enables you to function at your very best and better. It’s also one of the most potent, natural, feel-good experiences you can have.

Coaches, psychologists, knowledge workers, business owners and leaders are already taking advantage of understanding the flow state for themselves, their teams and their clients.

This one-day event is the first of its kind, as it brings together specialists that already take flow in practice into different sectors of industry.
The day will offer you an understanding of how flow enhances the performance and wellbeing of individuals, with a focus on creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, teams and organisations.

It will be an enjoyable, explorative time, with a mix of content, case studies, research, practical examples, the experience of flow in a World Champion winning team by one of its members and an audience participation experience of group flow through laughter.

We also have speakers from the European Flow Researchers Network (EFRN), a group of like-minded yet diverse researchers from across Europe, who investigate the flow experience.

Flow experiences are considered by individuals to be some of the most enjoyable, rewarding, meaningful and engaging times that they have. Work produced during flow tends to be more creative and of a higher quality, and there is more satisfaction and positive emotion from their accomplishments.

Over the next few years, understanding and putting flow into practice will become an essential element in the workplace, because productivity, ideation, implementation, group synergy and individual wellbeing are all positively enhanced by the flow experience.

Built on decades of research and studies, flow has become a practical and accessible understanding that will be presented to you during this day.

 

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Suitable for practitioners, who provide in house or consulting services to organisations, focusing on people and organisation development, including:

 

HR Practitioners – Talent, Strategy, T, D & L, HR Business Partners
Coaches: executive, career, business
Positive Psychology Practitioners
Supervisors
Consultants
Business and Occupational Psychologists
Researchers
Students
Mentors


  

Registration Fees


15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration £265.00

Programme/Speakers

 

Programme -subject to change-

09.00 - 09:30
Registration and Coffee

09:30 - 10:00
Foundations of Flow

 

 

 

Dr Lucia Ceja-Barba,
Happiness Director | Family Business Expert | Executive Coaching Team IESE Business School
 

 

Dr Jef van den Hout,
Founder Flow Concepts and Team Flow Academy | Researcher | Author

10:00 - 10:45
Flow in Creativity
Donna Churchman,

Coach for Creative Industry Professionals | Founder of Creative Block & Flow

10:45 - 11:15
Morning Coffee Break and Networking

11:15 - 12:00
Flow in Leadership
Dr Jayanie Kodituwakku,

Consultant | Leadership Coach

12:00 - 12:45
Flow in Entrepreneurship
Dr Lucia Ceja-Barba,

Happiness Director | Family Business Expert | Executive Coaching Team IESE Business School

12:45 - 14:00
Lunch Break and Networking

14:00 - 14:45
Flow in Teams: Organisations
Dr Jef van den Hout,

Founder Flow Concepts and Team Flow Academy | Researcher | Author

14:45 - 15:30
Flow in Laughter
Bente Adriaens,

Provocative Laughter Coach | Founder of GetTheLaughFlow

15:30 - 16:00
Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking

16:00 - 16:45
Flow in Teams: Groups
Tommie Perenboom,

Program Manager at Flow Concepts | Industrial Design Engineer


16:45 - 17:15
Question & Answers with presenters and Wrap up and follow-on details

 

Registration Fees


15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration £265.00

Getting There

VENUE INFO

 

 

Address

Address:Royal Foundation of St Katharine, 2 Butcher Row, Limehouse, London E14 8DS

St Katharine’s is easily accessible via the excellent public transport routes which service London. St Katharine’s is situated at Limehouse Station on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), which runs directly to Bank and Tower Gateway stations (5 minutes) where the London Underground can be joined.

Located in Zone 2 and a stone’s throw from Limehouse tube station, St Katharine’s is perfectly positioned for access to the obvious attractions of London’s West End. For the theatre goer, the shopper, or those who wish to explore London’s historic sites, St Katharine’s provides a great base. For those who wish to explore the more immediate East End, St Katharine’s is walking distance from many local attractions.

For details of your journey to Limehouse station please go to the TfL Website.
From Limehouse station
Arriving at Limehouse station take the Bekesbourne Street exit. Turn left onto Bekesbourne Street and then quick right at the ‘Grocery Station’ on the corner. Immediately on your left is the entrance to St. Katharine’s precinct and yurt cafe. Our main reception is on the other side of the precinct and on your left through the car park. If you arrive in the evening and our precinct gate is locked, continue straight under the railway bridge and take the first left onto Butcher Row. Take the first left into St. Katharine’s. Our main reception is on your right through the car park. Download Map

We recommend that you check for any delays or engineering works before beginning your journey to St Katharine’s.

Getting to Limehouse
By DLR / Underground Central, Northern or Waterloo and City line to Bank OR Circle or District line to Monument and walk to Bank then Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to Limehouse – 5 minutes – second stop from Bank. OR Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf or Canning Town (easier change) then Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to Limehouse – 4 minutes and 4 stops from Canary Wharf – 5 stops and 9 minutes from Canning Town.

By bus Limehouse is serviced by many buses which are convenient for local trips around the East End. For details of buses which run from Limehouse please see www.tfl.gov.uk

From Heathrow Airport Take the Piccadilly line from Heathrow Airport, until you reach Hammersmith. Wait on the same platform for a District line train. You will not need to go up and down stairs to change platforms- the Piccadilly line trains come in one side, and the District line trains come in the other side. Take any District line train going East via Victoria etc and a) Get off at Monument and walk to the DLR at Bank, which is an underground rout or b)get off at Tower Hill and walk across the road to Tower Gateway DLR station. Take DLR (Docklands Light Railway) to Limehouse from either station, which is 2 stops away.

From Gatwick Airport Take Gatwick Express or Southern Train to Victoria station. Once at Victoria, take the District or Circle Line Eastbound to Tower Hill Station. Walk across the road to Tower Gateway DLR station. Take DLR (Docklands Light Railway) to Limehouse, which is 2 stops away.

From Stanstead Airport Take Stanstead Express to Liverpool Street. At Liverpool Street, the number 135 bus will take you direct to Limehouse, Commercial Road. Alight the bus and walk back on yourself slightly and cross over the road at the lights. Continue walking down Butcher Row and take the 2nd turning on the left into our car park. Alternatively, a taxi from Liverpool Street shouldn’t cost more than £12-15 max.

London City Airport Take DLR towards Bank or Tower Gateway and alight at Limehouse station. London Luton: Take the First Capital Connect Service towards London Kings Cross St Pancras. Change to the Northern Line to Bank, where you can take the DLR 2 stops to Limehouse.

By Taxi Alternatively, guests may wish to pre-book their journey with Addison Lee, who provide mini cabs and will meet passengers in arrivals halls with a sign. Their number is 020 73878888 By car. We are located outside the congestion charge zone.

By Car For guests arriving by car, we recommend using Google Maps. Please be aware that using our postcode with many sat nav systems will unfortunately direct you incorrectly. We advise inputting ‘2 Butcher Row, London’.div>

 

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)

Standard Registration £265.00

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Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)

Standard Registration £265.00

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