Richard Olivier @ AoMO2018

“We’ve had 30 years of Arts in Management and the World is getting worse…”

Richard Olivier

 

Richard Olivier will speak about his journey – from being born in Brighton the son of leading actors, to a Theatre Director, to a Leadership Consultant, outlining some of the key inspirations and frustrations along the way. He will share recent explorations into the application of Archetypal Psychology and Archetypal Cosmology for Personal and Professional development. The talk will highlight the need for both leaders and those utilising arts in organisations to learn how to become ‘evolutionary field generators’ – capable of creating space where the future can be imagined, ‘pre-sensed’ and ‘acted in’ at a crucial time in human history.

 

Awarded Thought Leader 2013 by the Best Practice Institute, Richard Olivier is Artistic Director and founder of Olivier Mythodrama and works internationally as a leadership development consultant. He is the founding voice within Mythodrama – a new form of experiential learning which combines great stories with archetypal psychology, creative exercises and breakthrough coaching techniques to explore the complex issues faced by modern leaders.  From 1998-2003 he was the Master of Mythodrama at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and is an Associate Fellow of Said Business School, University of Oxford. He is the author of “Inspirational Leadership – Henry V and the Muse of Fire” & co-author of “Peak Performance Presentations – How to Present with Passion and Purpose”. He recently co-founded the C21st Leadership Lab and is writing a new book to be published in 2019 with Laurence Hillman, working title; “Archetypes at Work – evolving our stories…

 

Richard will present his keynote address on the 30th August 2018 at 5.30pm in the Sallis Benney Theatre

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