How can facilitators create a safe space for messy and sometime chaotic group processes that are necessary for genuinely new insights to emerge? What tools can we use to elicit the collective wisdom from a group? This workshop invites anyone who uses group facilitation to explore tools that promote collaboration and co-creation. **FULLY BOOKED**
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How can facilitators create a safe space for messy and sometime chaotic group processes that are necessary for genuinely new insights to emerge? What tools can we use to elicit the collective wisdom from a group? This workshop invites anyone who uses group facilitation to explore tools that promote collaboration and co-creation.
In facilitating peacebuilding work, St Ethelburga’s staff will share approaches that we use to support communities in getting more interconnected. The workshop will address how to approach and harness diversity, difference and challenging conversations.
During this one day workshop we will:
This workshop is for: Anyone who leads or facilitates groups, from small staff meetings to large public dialogues
Jane Morton leads on our Christian Fellowship and brings over 14 years of experience as a facilitator and coach at board level and with senior executives.
Jane helps senior groups track where their current leadership approach is taking their organisations and work out what to do if that inevitable end destination does not deliver their business goals. As the lead consultant for Channel Four’s projects; ‘Emotional Intelligence’, ‘Relationships’ and ‘Happiness’, Jane linked learning from the business world with the changes people face in society today. Jane brings the curiosity and reliance on observation that comes from an education in fine art and occupational psychology to enable people to connect their energy and commitment to the workplace.
Born and raised in the California Bay Area, Claire has ten years of international experience in training, mediation and conflict transformation in highly diverse, multicultural communities. Drawing from mixed methods to conduct participatory action research, Claire has engaged multi-level stakeholders to identify community resources and identify paths forward for community development.
Claire studied Peace and Conflict Studies at UC Berkeley (BA), and International Christian University (MA, honors) in Tokyo as a Rotary World Peace Fellow. She is a trainer, facilitator, consultant and researcher, and has further interests in feminist peacebuilding, inclusion and diversity, culture, intersectional identity, migration and transnationalism.
Concessions discounts are available for students and unemployed persons only. Please send an email to email@example.com with a brief explanation of your circumstances, and attach documentation (i.e. scan of current student ID) as relevant.
We offer additional support to make our courses accessible to diaspora communities, refugees and asylum seekers. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you fall under any of these categories and are interested in participating in this workshop.
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St Ethelburga’s is a ‘maker of peace-makers’. We inspire and equip individuals and communities to contribute, in their own particular contexts, to activating a global culture of peace.