Putting Art to Work by Keith Chirgwin

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"This well-organized, detailed guidebook provides a valuable tool for any group that has the potential to unlock its latent creative powers through encounters with the visual arts."
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With Putting art to work we want to show how art, and work with pictures, can be used as a tool facilitating positive change in work life. The workshops included are tailor-made to support the development of individuals, groups, and even engage in work processes, enabling both people and organisations to move forward. We therefore invite all professionals working with learning and development: from educators at all levels, management and organizational consultants, psychologists, coaches, therapists, social workers and health educators to use our art-based workshops, since a more exciting and enjoyable way of promoting health and supporting change and development in work life, we think, is hard to imagine.
 

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Published July 14, 2016 by Xlibris UK. 198 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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on Nov 07 2016

"This well-organized, detailed guidebook provides a valuable tool for any group that has the potential to unlock its latent creative powers through encounters with the visual arts."

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