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361Facilitation Training


AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP
Facilitating Diversity, Conflict & Power
September 25-27, 2015
University of Utah Student Union

Sign up by August 31st to get the EARLY BIRD registration fee!
Cost: $460 / $425 if paid by August 31st

Friday, September 25, 6 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday, September 26, 9:30 am - 5 pm                        
Sunday, September 27, 11 am - 6 pm


* A limited number of work study scholarships are available based on need.

This training is for anyone who is interested in developing facilitation and leadership skills.
It is for those who are interested in using the power of their awareness to lead, facilitate and inspire. 

361Facilitation is a cutting edge strategy that employs Process Work awareness methods and the Arts to support individual, organizational and world transformation. 
Based on Dr. Arnold Mindell’s Process Work and ‘Deep Democracy’,361Facilitation addresses and values the unity AND diversity within organizations and communities. Facilitators help groups clarify their common goals and benefit from the creativity and innovation implicit in their diversity, conflicts and polarizations.

Whether you are a beginning or seasoned facilitator, work with families, teams, organizations, large scale multiple stakeholder change processes, or you want to change the world, these methods will increase your skills, support your individual style and teach you to bring all of your resources, passion and creativity to your facilitation practice.

Participants will learn philosophical attitudes, awareness methods and concrete skills for working with all kinds of diversity issues and with conflict-ridden groups and communities.
 
Topics will include:

  • Deep Democracy

Inclusion of all diverse experiences, perspectives and voices

  • Process-oriented conflict transformation

Discovering the potential and creativity embedded within conflict and disturbance
Facilitation of emotional and non-rational aspects of diversity and conflict

  • Rank awareness and consciousness

Working with the complexities of power dynamics and marginalization
Giving and receiving feedback across hierarchies

  • Inner work

Awareness of own inner diversity, bias and prejudice when in a facilitation role
Discovering and employing one’s own unique leadership style

Sponsored by U of U Women's Resource Center
CEU credits available.


To register, go to Paypal, enter randeelevine@comcast.net and submit your payment.
 

For further information, contact randeelevine@comcast.net or melissabond.writer@gmail.com

Jan Dworkin, PhD is a facilitator, coach, educator and artist. She is a pioneer and co-creator of Process Work, an innovative approach to individual and collective change. She co-founded the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon and served as the Academic Dean of its Master of Arts degree program for many years. Jan has worked with individuals and organizations for over 25 years.  She teaches and lectures internationally on topics related to diversity, conflict facilitation, creativity and personal growth. She is owner and partner in 361ArtWorks, a facilitation company that uses awareness methods and the Arts to support organizational development and team and community transformation.

Randee Levine, MAPW is a Process Work Facilitator and an Artist.  Randee has a private practice in Salt Lake City where she works with individuals, couples, groups and organizations on personal and professional development and creativity. In addition to her private consulting , Randee teaches Process Work classes and workshops.  She developed and teaches Diversity Awareness curriculum for the University of Utah and the Utah State Courts. With a background in music and visual art, she has a special interest in creativity and working with non-verbal forms of expression. She, along with co-founder Jan Dworkin, developed 361ArtWorks, a cutting edge Facilitation approach that uses the Arts. Randee shows and sells her artwork from local galleries.

View the original flyer here.

Later Event: February 1
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