Last week I was in Rossignano, a small town in Tuscany, Italy for a workshop about Safety Culture. For the reason that an Energy Multinational Company asked Zhimble to deliver these workshop as part of a Safety Culture Program. Furthermore, this takes us across most of Europe. In the workshop we use Hearts and Minds modules and Transformation work by Gita Bellin & Associates. Furthermore, we touched upon the subject of brainwaves and how we can develop the skill to be able to choose, at will, the state of consciousness that is most beneficial for any given circumstance. Above all, it was a wonderful experience, to deliver transformation related to safety to a Management team of a power plant in Italy!
The power plant situates on a large industrial site in Rossignano Solvay. It has been there for over 100 years. Furthermore, the adjoining village was built around the factory. We met very warm people, it was highly fulfilling for us. Grazie mille, molto soddisfacente!
The support of two amazing interpreters made the language barrier completely disappear. Even more, having multiple languages, Italian, English and Dutch gave us the opportunity to learn. Specifically about the different nuances and the origin of specific words.
After the workshop, we took the opportunity to visit the Accademia Gallery in Florence. It is the home of the amazing statue ‘David’. An incredible example of mastery of sculpting. The level of craftsmanship almost seems to be not of this world. The statues that Michelangelo did not finish (il non-finito), called “The prisoners or Slaves” also struck me. It is ‘as if’ the human being has always been locked inside the marble just waiting for the sculptor to set him free. Perhaps it is not ‘as if’. Transformation optima forma.
Finally on the way back from Rossignano, we saw that snow is beginning to fall in the Alps. Seeing this remarkable view, I realised that Zhimble is truly about Global Transformation.