Creative workshops with a hint of psychology can be fun as well as providing interesting insights. When you introduce yourself with specific colours or with a picture, you speak a different language. People will see you in a different light which will open up new channels of communication.
How do you think people see you? how would you like to be seen? Can people approach you easily? When you allow others to make mistakes but not yourself you send out mixed signals. In order for you to know how others see you, they have to be able to approach you for an honest discussion. When this isn’t possible, people put up their guard which costs energy. When we use more energy than we have available, burn-out can be the result.
A creative workshop has a low threshold and mixed with humour and psychology provides a safe environment in which to look at things from a new perspective.