The Possibility Playbook Workshop
Turn your intentions for the year into an actionable plan and playbook, and learn how to create your own possibility prototypes to build your fullest and most fulfilling year yet. Your playbook will include: mission statement for the year, values, strategic goals, best practices and most importantly you will learn to design 2-3 possibility prototypes that will be essential in helping to make these goals a reality.
Come on your own or bring a friend, partner or family member to start creating the playbook that will define your year.
Duration: 2.5-hour workshop
No prior experience is required. Recommended for ages 15 and above.
About the session:
• Learn to create your vision for 2024 with a guided facilitation process
• Design your notebook details to represent your vision with a guided design processes
• Create your Possibility Playbook for the year.
• Learn to develop systems for accountability and support to achieve your best year yet
About the Instructor:
Jiezhen is a Leadership Consultant and Coach committed to building a more intentional and conscious world by helping individuals, teams and organizations find clarity, alignment and ease in through times of change, growth and life’s transitions. She has been facilitating and holding spaces for groups since 2007 and continues to grow her work in multiple spaces and finds deep joy in bringing groups and people together to see possibility where they might not have seen it before.
She was most recently a Senior Consultant and Coach with Linden Leadership before moving back to Singapore. Prior to that, Jiezhen was an Equity and Inclusion Fellow and part of the Mindful Leaders Collective at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, where she completed her master’s degree focusing on leadership, inclusion and impact.
Before Harvard, Jiezhen was the Executive Director of a social impact platform, The Hidden Good, where she continues to serve as a board member, supporting organisational strategy and growth.
Through her work, she has also become an advocate for mindfulness and wellbeing in the changemaking space - and actively supports social innovators and changemakers through her work as a global facilitator and changemaker at Ashoka, the Bosch Foundation and ChangemakerXchange.
Jiezhen double-majored in Political Science and Peace & Justice Studies at Wellesley College, graduating with double honors and a concentration in education and international community development. She also serves on several national committees and nonprofit boards, and holds a degree in Positive Psychology, is a certified yoga teacher (RYT200) and positive psychology and possibility coach.
When she’s not working with leaders and organizations, you can find her enjoying a bowl of soup (her favorite food), reading and exploring with her daughter Juniper, and spending time in nature and going on walks with her husband Jared in Singapore where she currently lives.
Connect with her on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/jiezhen) and Instagram (instagram.com/jiezhen).
Kindly note that rescheduling of workshop is only allowed up to 3 days before commencement of the workshop. Please note that rescheduling may only be performed once, and exchange/refund is strictly not allowed at any point. We will not be extending the option of rescheduling to participants who did not inform us of no show prior to start of session. No-show participants are able to collect their workshop materials from the Atelier.
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