Dynamic Facilitation evokes “choice-creating,” a special quality of thinking where people use all their capacities to achieve breakthroughs on impossible-seeming issues. Choice-creating is like what often happens naturally in a crisis, where everyone drops their old ways of thinking and comes together to achieve the impossible. Dynamic Facilitation can be used with individuals, groups, organizations and, through the Wisdom Council, very large systems of people.
Jim Rough is originator of the Wisdom Council process, which is now being implemented in many cities throughout Central Europe, government agencies, cooperatively owned businesses, schools, and communities. He is co-founder of the nonprofit Center for Wise Democracy, which promotes the Wisdom Council.
This 3-day training will be of great interest to:
In this seminar, we practice by working on shared social issues. The experiential format offers opportunities for profound learning and significant personal growth.
The training will be held in English!
Dynamic Facilitation and Choice-Creating have two special applications in the Wisdom Council and Creative Insight Councils. These whole-system formats offer organisations and communities a way to transcend special interest battling and achieve breakthrough progress on common issues and move from ME to WE and THEM to US.
For more information on Dynamic Facilitation and Wisdom Councils, see www.WiseDemocracy.org.
Andrea Gewessler, facilitator, trainer, consultant and coach Change that matters, London (see her profile here: http://facilitator.hu/trener/andrea-gewessler )
To be confirmed
2040 Budaörs, Terrapark offices, Liget str. 3/2. Conference room, Map is HERE.
This fee includes:
Lunches are not included, but can be arranged in the nearby canteens on favourable prices. Hotel accomodations must be arranged by the individuals!
The seminar is limited to 24 participants. Early registration is recommended.
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING…
”A mind-expanding experience of an alternative approach to group discussion and problem-solving.”Carol Chetkovish, formerly of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government
“This is a totally different way of facilitating that is actually easier than traditional methods. It allows participants to reach levels of creativity that spark one another so the group finds effective solutions to any size problem.” Linda Condon, Washington State Department of Agriculture, Olympia, WA
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