Brisbane- Organisational & Leadership Coaching

8 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
8 Nov 2007 - 2:00pm

Peter Howie is offering a series of 4 workshops titled "Working in the Deep".

Workshops will be Thursdays, November 8, 15, 22 & 29 from 2pm - 6 pm at Coorparoo.

What to expect


This program is designed for people who live, work and manage people. We will be looking in detail at some of the lived experiences of those in the group and bringing our collective wisdom to each situation. Our focus will move between the details and the various levels of context – the team, the Department, the family, the market, the state and the community  - the effects they have on this situation. Participants can expect to take away:

Ÿ         A more functional and broad appreciation of their work situation

Ÿ         A sense of greater possibilities as a leader

Ÿ         Strategies for improving their work life

Ÿ         Strategies for developing a meaningful work life balance

Ÿ         Strategies for working with difficult staff or clients

Ÿ         A reduced sense of isolation

Ÿ         Actions plans for a range of important work situations

For enquiries, please contact Peter at  

About Peter:

Peter has a long and abiding passion for developing effective deep learning development programs. He has an action research nature and works to improve, tweak and fine-tune his programs and himself, improving them year after year. He has developed and delivered deep learning residential leadership development programs for many years for the Qld public service.

Peter has been working in the public sector since 1992 as a consultant and has a reputation for being able to design and deliver practical, workable development solutions in a wide variety of areas. He is also the Director of Training for the Moreno Collegium for Human Centred Learning, Research and Development. This private organisation trains people in psychodrama, actions methods and group work. It is soon to have its own web presence. Peter also has a Bachelor of Science and is currently part way through completing a Masters in Education and plans to undertake a PhD program in Adult Education at Griffith University.