Goose attends a webinarSpring-clean your Hoffman toolkit: webinar with Hoffman MD Serena Gordon

Join us from wherever you are in the world for the first in a series of Hoffman Post-Process webinars!

On Wednesday 18 March, from 7.30pm (UK time) Serena will be leading an online session followed by a Q&A, using the free video conferencing tool Zoom. Zoom allows multiple participants to meet online using video (from a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone) or audio (from a mobile or landline).

Feel free to log on from 7.00pm, to make sure of a prompt start. We’ll begin with a Quad-Check, then roll up our sleeves for a good old rummage through the Hoffman toolkit together, polishing up those tools that are slowly turning rusty, sharpening any that are starting to lose their edge and brushing the cobwebs off the ones you’ve held onto since your Process but were never really sure how to use in the first place.

After Serena has led an overview, she’ll answer any questions you might have on the individual tools and techniques, and we’ll finish around 9.00pm.

To save your place, simply email graduates@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk. You’ll be sent full instructions and the meeting ID in advance. You might also want to have a look through your workbook in advance of the call, or a browse through our online toolkit to jog your memory.

The webinar is open to all Hoffman Process graduates (regardless of where in the world you did your Process) and there is no charge to take part, although donations to the Hoffman Scholarship Fund are welcome. Please note that parts of the call may be transcribed or recorded for future events marketing.


You can always find opportunities to connect with other Hoffies in person by looking at our Grad Connect page, attending Closure, or popping along to a Welcome Home.
We also offer one-to-one catch-up calls with people who’d like to explore ways to reconnect to their Hoffman experience. Email graduates@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk to book a session.

 

 

  • Post-Process webinar: 18 March with Serena Gordon
    March 18, 2020 - March 19, 2020
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm