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An example of a full scope programme

  • Forming a group of four in a city, naming a group coordinator.
  • Coordinator and host meet on Zoom, to get acquainted and exchange information, about the journey through many cities as well as about the group, city and context.
  • The four lifemap packages are sent to the coordinator. Dates for the Zoom calls are planned.
  • The workshop programme starts with a 1 hour Zoom call in which:
    • The participants introduce themselves.
    • The host introduces the archetypal voices in the city and the bee story.
    • The participants bring in facts and information, which characterise their city.
  • The content of the lifemap folder, choosing stickers and the mapping process are explained via email and, on request, in a short Zoom call.
  • Individually, at their own homes, or in a group, on location, each archetypal voice maps the current situation on a poster, using the city stickers. The four pathways on the poster each represent an aspect of the Master Code of Care: taking care of self, others, place and planet. They help to structure the map. Bee symbols are added to the sticker themes, for which nectar is collected for the hive and where pollination of the environment takes place, so it becomes clear in which areas the voice is applying the Master Code of Care. This process takes up 1½ hours.
  • In 2+ hour Zoom call:
    • The four voices listen to each other’s stories, as depicted on the posters, giving them their full attention.
    • A conversation follows to understand what the posters show at the level of the individual voice and to find themes and possibilities for complementarity and cooperation.
    • The Zoom meeting is paused, to create a break in the programme.
    • In the break the voices go back to their posters and fill in the future. While the current situation related to each separate voice, the choice of themes for the near future relates to the voices and their city. Bee symbols are added to sticker themes for the future, in which the joint work of the voices will add value for the city and its eco-regions.
    • The Zoom meeting continues.
    • The four images of the future on the posters are shared. What does each voice envision for the city? In a dialogue the voices reflect about this. Which priorities come up to create a shared future for the city? By merging the four perspectives the voices find answers and ideas for a future, that is aligned with the Master Code of Care.
    • Each voice makes a photo of his or her filled in poster. The host collects the notes from the chat.
  • After this meeting, the photos are sent to the host. The chat notes are sent to the group to create a presentation. Templates are available. The presentation is meant for publication, so the group will check it and when okay, give their consent. With that they send it in to the host.
  • If desired, a come-back meeting can be scheduled, perhaps a while later.
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