We may also consider how our personal approaches to problem solving are reflected in societal and global issues.

The group will provide space to play with ideas and time to reflect on
the ways we approach problems

Over the series of seminars we will explore:

- The energy that maintains the status quo
- The least we can do to achieve significant change
- Our capacity to observe tiny changes
- Our ability to notice the shadow of things unsaid/not acknowledged
- How oversimplification and spin affect our ability to think creatively
- The importance of not knowing

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The Least We Can Do

To achieve significant change . . .

RSA Fellows Seminar
8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.

Starting Tues 1st November 6.30–8.30pm

Most of us, at some point, struggle with problems that seem to have no long term solution. Sometimes the conclusion we come to is to accept that it’s ‘just life’.

In these seminars we’re interested to explore creative approaches to problem solving, through the development of observational skills and recognising the ultimate connectedness of all contexts and systems.

Essentially the seminars are about creating an attitude of mind,
an open mind, that supports the development of our own individual innate and
unique, problem solving abilities.

All the participants are invited to have in mind
a particular problem they are struggling to resolve –

- personal wellbeing/habits/relationships,
- community, work issues,
- team/management/organisational issues

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