Action Teams – October edition
October 26, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm CEST
Doors open at 6.30!
Action Teams is a give-get creative exchange with a small team of participants. You give your feedback, advice and ideas to help others break through current challenges on the way to a reach a goal. In exchange, they help you break through your current challenges, too. Together, we grow. 🌱 🌿
Whether you are just arrived in Berlin and need to jump start your life here, or if you’re thinking about a career shift, a change in relationship status, leaving a bad habit behind, adding a new family member, transitioning to a new state of being or just finding more time for the most essential things — you can bring both personal and professional challenges to your Action Team to try to break through to the next level.
The workshop will be in English.
Cost: €5/10/15 (Discount / Standard / Solidarity)
Sign up here:
HOW IT WORKS:
The session lasts 2 hours, during which each member gets to outline a personal challenge to the group in a timed session.
Then your Team will have time to share their solutions, ideas, tips, resources or other gifts to help you face your challenge.
It’s about accountability, inspiration, connection and — of course — action.
Please note that while we do hold space for feelings, emotions and memories that might come up during our workshops naturally, the scope of the Action Teams format does not extend to offering professional psychological support for processing personal traumas. In case you do need some professional support or counselling to address trauma and need to be pointed in the right direction, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and we are happy to share resources.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions:
WHO CAN JOIN?
Limit to 12 per session due to social distancing requirements. Masks will be worn when moving around the space. Registration is required.
This meetup is for anyone with an open, respectful and collaborative mindset. That said, these gatherings do try to center those who are usually marginalised. Read our Mutual Respect and Safer spaces policy and access information here.