Death refers to the end of things, not just our human bodies but ways of life, ways of making sense of the world, businesses, management theories, roles, sectors, freedoms we have become accustomed to, and youth (to name a few of the big ones). Most of us have interesting relationships with endings and death, often derived from our own experiences with life. We all experience death anxiety to some extent, and this influences how we work with managing endings and deaths in our own lives, the lives of people we love, and the organisations in which we work. Covid has brought a number of endings and death to organisations in many ways. This will be an experiential and partially theoretical session inviting you to understand your own relationship to death so that you may live life more fully and be useful in this time of great endings.

Monday 5th July 2021 @19:00 –21:00

Julia is a leadership, management, and inclusion professional with 29 years of facilitation and consulting experience. Her area of expertise is leadership maturity/vertical development, in particular, how to support the development and maturation of leaders. Julia is a co-developer with AephoriansLucille Greeff and Simon Kettleboroughof the AIM personality assessment and the InclusionIndex.More recently Julia has been training as an Existential Psychotherapist and is completing her doctorate on the application of Steve Biko’s work to leadership. Her learning around existential philosophy has led her to explore what is known as the existential givens of life including death.