Dr. Mark Seton
The InterPlay Online Expert Series
Online webinar • $30
April 27, 2-3:30 Pacific Time (CA)
Ever felt “disoriented” or “not yourself” after leading, performing or carrying out other professional roles?
Dr. Mark Seton has done sixteen years of research into creativity, complexity and resilience in arts and other professions (law, medicine) where vulnerability is unavoidable in dealing with demanding situations.
Working first with actors taking on demanding roles, Seton developed the concept of “Resilient Vulnerability©” which can apply to anyone who may need to “let go” or “shake off” a difficult role. He considers InterPlay as integral to the process.
In this presentation, Mark will share the seven elements that foster Resilient Vulnerability: presence, perception, preparation, process, perspective, partnership and play. With these, one can sustain an easeful vulnerability, rather than “armoring up” against challenging activities or interactions…
Registrants receive notes of his key points, a reference list, and articles he has written on the subject.
Seton has taught in a whole range of academic and organizational settings. He is a certified InterPlay Leader and has served as Chair of the InterPlay Australia, Inc. Board.