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Training Event 26-28 July 2019

Working with emotions
26th of July

 9:00 Meeting at sTARTUp HUB

  9:20 Working with emotions
14:00 Lunch

14:45 Two sides of the awareness
19:00 Wrap-up

20:00 Dinner

Co-operation principles
27th of July

  9:00 Intro

12:00 Co-operation principles

14:00 Lunch

15:00 Understanding relationships

19:00 Closing

20:00 Dinner

Dealing with conflict
28th of July

 9:00 Intro

12:00 Dealing with conflict

14:00 Lunch

15:00 Communication strategy

19:00 Closing

20:00 Dinner

The Journey of Adjustment

We spend most of our lives interacting with people in one way or another, but we mostly don’t know what it means to relate. Whether at the level of business, social activities or family life, managing relationships takes skill and practice. Intelligent co-operation with your business partner, investor or employees is one of the key factors to your startup success.

Our biggest problems arise in our relationships, whether in personal or business. Therefore, to find fulfillment, we need first to learn a different way of relating – a way that keeps us in touch with our own values and our deepest aspirations. Conflicts arise anyway – how you approach and handle the challenge makes the difference. Being aware of yourself will help you to become a better leader. 

The .Cocoon program participants were guided to find their own insights through dialogue and practice, they learned to see the other as a reflection of their own behavior, a mirror that supports them to improve the quality of their relationships and business, by changing their own behavior and thus themselves. They learned the difference in approaches between men and women and the power that lies within that, including how to use it; how to handle their emotions effectively, stop compromising themselves and to grow from conflict.


In this course, you will find the path of your heart, where you can be totally who you are.

About Elizabeth 

Seeker by heart and apprentice of the late Théun Mares, started her career as a Chartered Accountant. She was Financial Director of a multi-national company subsidiary for many years. As she reached the height of her career, and as her work brought her into touch with an increasingly wide cross-section of people, Elizabeth began to realize that her talents and fate did not lie in the corporate world but in helping people to help themselves. In 1991 she embarked upon a new journey, first of all, training in the humanitarian disciplines, and then in 1996 becoming a full-time teacher.

Elizabeth has a simple, honest and highly practical approach in guiding people to look within their unique life experiences to find their own answers. This approach is immensely uplifting and empowering since you will learn how to solve any problem or challenge that comes your way.

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