1.18.17 - 1.20.17 | St. Paul, MN Art of Hosting and Harvesting Conversations That Matter
An invitation to explore and practice
This is a 3-day training designed for learning simple yet powerful practices that enable authentic engagement that builds community, activates shared intelligence, and motivates leadership for change. Today, in fields like human services, where technical solutions are often the default, we must become better at inviting more people to co-create, effective services. Now, the need to build individual and organizational capacity to navigate the complexity of our world with authenticity is even more critical. Join us and you will leave feeling empowered and ready to…
Build Stronger Teams and Partnerships. Broaden the skill set within your group, work more effectively and enjoyably together, engage teams, organizations, and community stakeholders in meaningful conversations that promote resilience, belonging, innovation, and collective impact.
Enhance our skills and abilities to work with complexity, uncertainty and change. Develop leadership confidence for facing challenges that do not have solutions, learn practices to engage skillfully with fear, conflict and stuck patterns, use wise process planning architectures for small and large scale initiatives, and host strategic conversations.
Apply what you are learning directly to the change initiatives that are important to you, your community or organization.
Who should attend?
Do you recognize these? If so, then this training is for you.
Meetings that lead to no action?
Conferences that have too many talking heads and not enough real engagement and wisdom?
Silo thinking and political infighting?
Decisions made too far away from those who are impacted by them?
Organizations who work for their own purpose and forget the common good, the whole picture and collaboration with others?
Communities or cross-sector teams that are marked by consistent lack of dialogue, tension, and difference of opinion or fall into apathy or indifference?
Whether you come from the public or non-profit sector, a foundation, you are self-employed, or are coming simply as an individual who cares about this work, this training is for you. We invite diversity of perspectives to create a vibrant learning space, which we can build on in our work. Attend as a team to make the application of what you’ve learned much easier to integrate!