Time: January 25, 2014 from 9am to 1pm
Location: The Casa - Franciscan Renewal Center
Street: 5802 East Lincoln Drive
City/Town: Scottsdale, AZ
Website or Map: http://phoenixfriendsofcgjung…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Phoenix Friends of Jung
Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2014
In this four-hour workshop David Laveman will focus on the archetypal dimensions of Leadership and Organizational Transformation.
The archetype of The Hero’s Journey as a culturally encoded and empirically validated map of the transformation process is used to provide a holistic view of transformation. Emphasis is placed on the critical interdependence and often under-attended interaction of individual and organization inner and outer realities.
The Hero’s Journey will be distinguished from Heroic Management to demonstrate how similarly sounding language, if not carefully communicated, can lead to radically different approaches and dangerous misunderstanding. Participants will have an opportunity to apply this process to their own lives, as well as to gain an understanding about how this occurs—or fails to occur—in an organizational context.
Examples will be provided from Mr. Laveman’s extensive consulting and entrepreneurial experience and his pioneer work in the disciplines of executive coaching, change management and organizational transformation.
The workshop is designed to use both cognitive and experiential approaches. Participants will leave the workshop with
David A. Laveman, MA, founder and President of Laveman & Associates, brings over two and half decades of senior level corporate consulting, coaching and change management expertise. Dave has maintained a sustained interest in Depth Psychology for the last three decades. Since the mid-80s Dave founded three boutique consulting firms and has been a Partner, Officer and Vice President at two global consultancies: Accenture and CSC. He has also led the Organizational Transformation process for the Concours Group. In 2010, he took a two-year sabbatical from the business world during which time he received an MA in Mythological Studies with an Emphasis on Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute (PGI).
Mr. Laveman’s views on leadership and change have appeared in the Harvard Business Review and Forbes Magazine. In 2012, Dave was a guest presenter on ‘Archetypal Leadership’ at The Symposium for the Study of Myth, co-sponsored by The Joseph Campbell Foundation, The Opus Archives, and PGI. Mr. Laveman was a guest presenter at The International Conference on “The Jung-Pauli Dialogue & its Impact Today,” in Lihn, Switzerland, sponsored by the Society for Mind-Matter Research. Recently his interview, “Seeing the Shadow: Depth Psychology in Leadership,” appeared in The Depth Psychology Alliance blog and ezine.
Currently Mr. Laveman devotes his professional time to serving clients of Laveman & Associates and conducting research on the implications of ‘Convergence’ and synchronicity phenomena for business leadership. www.lavemanassociates.com.
Fee: Member is $50; Non-member is $75
$5 discount for early workshop registration (before 9:00 p.m. the previous evening)
The Casa (Franciscan Renewal Center)
The St. Agnes Room
5802 E. Lincoln Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
For more information contact Leslie Knowlton at 602-206-3891 or by email