You’re dealing with a complex dilemma. Help is needed for organisational changes.
You need a change.
My name is Dorchess, I am a change artist. Inspired by art, sociometry, embodiment and systemic psychology I help to see a broader perspective.
Organisations work because of the people in them. When things feel stuck or impossible, there needs to be a space to examine that. This is what I provide in interactive training, inspiration sessions and ‘out-of-office experiences’. Procedures and profit benefit from the challenge for change.
Book a conversation with me, so we can explore which training would be best for people in your organisation.
A client said: ‘Dorchess has a keen eye for improvement, helps you see the dots and connect them.’
What are the benefits?
- More visitor engagement at cultural institutes (museums, galleries, public libraries, community theatres)
- Interactive training livens up conferences
- A life of learning – (developing) a growth mindset
- Inspiration for new energy and strategy at work
Who is this for?
- Leaders, managers, team coaches or change-makers
- Cultural institutes, health care organisations, government departments, socially engaged corporations
- Artists/change makers/thinkers: for when you feel stuck or you wish you could be more creative
Dorchess has a creative curiosity for text, textile and textures. In her poetry she explores the inner world of emotion and experience. Her artwork is layered and playful.
‘Change is the only way into the future. We only need to learn how to embrace it effectively.’
Dorchess is entrepreneurial and energetic. She herself is open to change, for example by working in a range of sectors from hospitality and health care to government organisations. She enjoys diving into unknown territory and getting to know it from the inside.
Over the past years she has worked on various interim projects within the public sector, created and provided training for communication and strategy, and created a body of work ranging from poetic magazines, bespoke artworks, interior designs for public space, and Mose – an interactive wall that comes to life through touch.