The world has complex challenges that need all of our inputs, contributions and diversity to facilitate sustainable change. We will focus on skills and meta-skills (feeling attitudes) that bring awareness to the emerging field, spirit of community and multi-stakeholder engagement.
Based on Dr. Arnold Mindell’s Processwork, with its multi-dimensional framework and philosophy of deep democracy, this trans-disciplinary approach has embodied learning and increasing awareness at its heart. The approach values an individual or group’s explicit goals and intentions while recognizing the wisdom hidden within their implicit dynamics. Challenges, conflicts, failures and setbacks are transformed into fuel for creative transformation and growth. This approach brings awareness to the worldviews that inform our interventions, and enhances our perception and ability to facilitate this complex system of interactions and emergent processes in the moment, including subtle signals; atmospheres and disturbances that occur.
Perhaps you are a facilitator or leader working in local government, neighbourhood transformation and community development, or you are a group facilitator, community worker, leader or coach interested in collaboration and change. This workshop is for anyone interested in how to bring together diverse groups or topics in creative and transformation ways.
Open seminar for all participants.