Opening up to Deeper Collaboration: Katja Vilponiemi and Harriet Fagerholm

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Opening up to Deeper Collaboration: Katja Vilponiemi and Harriet Fagerholm

  1. 1. Co-creating trust and openness opening up to deeper collaboration Building a Values-Driven Society Conference Stockholm 11-13 June, 2014
  2. 2. PART I PREPARATION FOR DEEP COLLABORATION 2
  3. 3. InTune Awareness Skills Values in action • individual • shared Using your creative gifts, life purpose • service Becoming present and still • group • individualBody consciousness • own experience • body language & resonance Emotional skills • self expression • reactive patterns Mental skills • thinking • beliefs Exposure • will • open mind • authentic encounterings Acceptance, compassion • yourself • others Copyright – All rights reserved
  4. 4. Multiple ways of knowing John Heron •  Experiential knowing: knowing through empathy and resonance, the kind of in-depth knowing which is almost impossible to put into words. •  Presentational knowing: experiential knowing expressed through story, picture, sculpture, movement, dance – draws on aesthetic imaginary •  Propositional knowing: draws on concepts and ideas (knowing about something, expressed in informative statements) •  Practical knowing: expressed as skills, which ties together the other ways of “knowing in action” •  “I have experienced that most important is the movement between these… Even not knowing is one particular kind of knowing.” (Terhi Takanen, 2013) 4
  5. 5. Becoming aware Letting go Attuning Practicing CoCreativeProcess Inquiry© Terhi Takanen, 2005, 2010, 2012 There are four phases in the process: 1) Becoming aware 2) Letting go 3) Attuning 4) Practicing The process is like a spiral, never-ending. 5
  6. 6. I We Working between Self and Group 6
  7. 7. Guidelines for Mirroring in pairs •  I am fully concentrating to what you have to say •  I hear you completely •  I accept your experience completely •  I give you back what I just heard you telling me – (analysis, sense-making, advice-giving not allowed!) 7
  8. 8. Co-Creative Inquiry Process 1.  Orientation with movement –  Resonance exercise –  Finding the pair and mirroring each other 2.  Becoming aware of your question –  What body sensations, feelings, thoughts, needs do you have? –  Mirroring in pairs 3.  Letting go: what old patterns and hurts can you let go of immediately and what do you need to keep working on? 4.  What strengths do you have to support going into deeper collaboration for higher service? 8
  9. 9. What kind of needs do you feel? What kind of emotions are you feeling? What kind of thoughts are you thinking? Where in your body do you sense the question? Listen what kind of thoughts, feelings and needs are related to your question? Just listen these as a flow, don’t analyse or judge them. 9
  10. 10. PART II TUNING INTO HIGHER SERVICE THROUGH CO-CREATION 10
  11. 11. Tuning into higher service through co-creation 1.  Orientation with meditation –  Finding people who resonate 2.  Emotional dialogue with your freshly found group: –  Discuss themes of Co-creation / collaboration, trust, openness and higher service, while sharing your hurts and passions. Start by letting one person talk at a time. –  Try to become aware of when you’re talking or reacting through the ego – apply caring honesty to find your shared unpolished diamond 3.  Reflecting upon the quality of the emotional dialogue –  Collecting insights & seeds of collaboration 4.  Emotional dynamics and co-creative skills 11
  12. 12. Statements 12

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