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The Best Place to Start is with the Staff

From the Australian school project (click to enlarge)

Here two students at Point Lonsdale Primary School discuss the Four Rooms and the placement of magnets by the fellow class mates.

At Rowville Primary School they are starting the Four Rooms by first working with the school staff. To deepen the full staff's understanding of what will be happening in the classrooms where the Children Four Rooms will be implemented, the entire staff has completed the adult Four Rooms work with local certified Four Rooms of Change consultants. Then next step is to build the theory with the students and to make the Children Four Rooms part of everyday life in the classrooms.

From the Australian school project (click to enlarge) From the Australian school project (click to enlarge)
From the Australian school project (click to enlarge)  

Parents in a Melbourne suburb spent Thursday evening with the Four Rooms Change theory

View from the presentation of the Four Rooms of Change (Click to enlarge)

Thursday evening, March 18, 2010, Drusilla Copeland and Bengt Lindstrom of A&L AB and Mike Cook of Clarion Learning LTD met with a group of parents at the St. Leonard's College in Brighton a suburb of Melbourne to introduce them to the Four Rooms of Change in schools. Mike Cook explained the theory, the movement, the borders and the doors. Bengt Lindstrom told the story of how Ulla Janssen developed the process. Drusilla Copeland shared what is happening now in schools that are using the Four Rooms of Change in Sweden and Finland. Read the article Bullying in schools in Teacher Magazine here.

Mike Cook at the presentation (Click to enlarge) Bengt Lindstrom and Drusilla Copeland at the presentation (Click to enlarge)

Education professionals from Melbourne and Sydney get to know the Four Rooms of Change

Wednesday, March 17, 2010, Drusilla Copeland, Bengt Lindstrom of A&L AB, and Mike Cook of Clarion Learning met with around 15 education professionals in a Getting to know the Four Rooms of Change in schools half day event. As with any other group trying to get to know the Four Rooms of Change we started by building the theory together out of the groups own experiences, Mike Cook lead this portion of the event. After that Bengt Lindstrom shared with the group how the process of working with children in the classroom was developed and implemented by Ulla Janssen at Vasaskolan in Strangnas, Sweden. Next, Drusilla Copeland shared with the group what has been happening in schools in Sweden and Finland. There were many thoughtful questions and interest in finding a way to bring the Four Rooms of Change in Schools program to schools in Melbourne Victoria and possibly others states in Australia. The workshop generated plans for several new meetings.

Some photos from the day:

From the workshop in Melbourne (Click to enlarge) From the workshop in Melbourne (Click to enlarge)
From the workshop in Melbourne (Click to enlarge) From the workshop in Melbourne (Click to enlarge)
From the workshop in Melbourne (Click to enlarge) From the workshop in Melbourne (Click to enlarge)

The Four Rooms of Change Certification in Melbourne Australia March 16, 2010

Participants at the Four Rooms of Change certification in Melbourne (Click to enlarge)

The Four Rooms of Change Group a company within A&L AB of Stockholm, Sweden in collaboration with Clarion Learning Pty LTD would like to announce the convening of the first Four Rooms of Change Certification Program in the Asian-Pacific.  March 15 – 16 2010, consultants from Melbourne, Hong Kong and Singapore gathered with Drusilla Copeland and Bengt Lindstrom to learn Claes Janssen Ph.D. theory about change the two different ways of approaching life.  The group also learned how to work with two of the fundamental and foundational tools associated with the theory.  The members are now on their way to becoming certified users of the Four Rooms of Change theory and its associated tools.

Melbourne skyline (Click to enlarge) From the Four Rooms of Change certification (Click to enlarge)
From the Four Rooms of Change certification (Click to enlarge) Mike Cook at the Four Rooms of Change certification (Click to enlarge)

A most exciting Four Rooms of Change User Forum - 90 participants altogether

Carina Jones and Mariola Gummesson at the Four Rooms of Change User Forum 2009

On September 9-11, 2009, some 90 Four Rooms of Change users gathered for the annual User Forum meeting and learning exchange in Stockholm. The meeting started out with eight presentations of uses of the Four Rooms of Change in different environments. Among them:

  • Tele2 (major phone operator) in Riga, Latvia
  • Wyeth AB (pharmaceuricals) in all of the nordic countries
  • the trade union Kommunal (organizing workers in cities and municipaliteies) and their gender equality project and a large group intervention in the City of Stockholm.

The User Forum can be characterized as showing an enormous diversity not only when it comes to environments but in depth and width of the uses.

See photos from the Four Rooms of Change User Forum 2009 at Flickr

Upcoming Four Rooms of Change Certification Programs

Do you want to be a certified user of the Four Rooms of Change theory and tools? We have upcoming certification programs around the globe:

The Four Rooms of Change is beneficial for management

Have a look at this video clip. A general manager (for an US organization) and his team talks about what responsibilities sits where and where to find support. The man who is talking is the general manager.

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