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Upcoming Public Workshops

Facilitation Master classes – online – back for 2022!

DO YOU WANT TO WANT TO FEEL CONFIDENT THAT YOU CAN WORK WITH WHATEVER A GROUP PRESENTS?
DO YOU WANT TO HELP GROUPS DO THEIR BEST COLLABORATIVE WORK?
DO YOU WANT TO FACILITATE WITH DEPTH AND AUTHENTICITY?

DOES THIS FEEL LIKE I’M SHOUTING AT YOU? Sorry, I’ll lose the caps now.

In this collection of online Facilitation Master Classes, we’ve identified five of the key issues facilitators struggle with and the corresponding competencies that enable truly transformative group work. Register for all 5 and save. 

 Beck and Jane bring the key concepts of process work to life in this fabulously stimulating, challenging and practical program. Thoroughly recommend it to facilitators, group workers and leaders of all types

“The content of this masterclass is so important for anyone in facilitation or leadership groups. It approaches the complex challenges of facilitation with appropriate amounts of compassion and critical thinking, using examples, references and group discussion to land the information in ways that are relevant and meaningful”

 

 

“Very powerful, useful, clear and challenging”

Facilitators Innerwork

 

Mon 22 August 2022

9.30am-12.30pm (AEST)

 

Facilitators get attacked in almost every group they work in.
Subtle (and not so subtle) leadership attacks and criticism can knock you out and trigger internal feelings of inadequacy and incompetence that can make it near impossible to do your work well. In this class, learn Inner Work techniques to stay-in-the-game and respond to attacks in productive and transformative ways.

As part of the Facilitation Masterclass Online series in association with Australia & New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology.

Understanding Role Dynamics in Groups

 

Mon 5 September 2022

9.30am-12.30pm (AEST)

 

 

Groups often involve both visible and invisible dynamics formed through the intersection of competing forces such as context and personal and collective history. This class considers these dynamics through the framework of ‘roles’, parts or perspectives – those that we know and can see and those that whilst hidden are highly influential. In this class, learn how to diagnose the roles present to understand and predict dynamics, depersonalise issues to create safety and inform your choices of intervention to best serve the direction of the group’s growth.

As part of the Facilitation Masterclass Online series in association with Australia & New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology.

Working at the Learning Edge


Mon 19 September 2022

9.30am-12.30pm (AEST)

 

When facilitators fail to work with groups right on their learning edge, transformative change just isn’t possible.
Groups get bored and come up with short-term, shallow solutions that don’t stick, and facilitators feel dissatisfied and get burnt out.
This class will help you discern the structure of any groups’ learning process and how to keep them on their learning edge so you can facilitate truly transformative change.

As part of the Facilitation Masterclass Online series in association with Australia & New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology.

Negotiating Agreement


Mon 10 October, 2022

9.30am-12.30pm (AEDT)

 

Transformative group work centres around the agreements groups make together. Agreements about the nature of the issues, the directions of change, and the strategies to achieve that change are all key stages in group work.
Unfortunately, the social pressure of groupthink, combined with time and resource pressures (on both the participants and the facilitators) often means people make agreements that they don’t fully agree with.
In this class, learn how to see the no in the yes to facilitate deeply congruent agreements in groups.

As part of the Facilitation Masterclass Online series in association with Australia & New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology.

Power, Rank and Privilege in the Facilitator Role


Mon 24 October, 2022

9.30am-12.30pm (AEDT)

 

The facilitator role is characterised by complex, intersecting high and low-rank positions. When we are not aware of these positions – the different ways we have more and less power than people in the groups we work with – we are vulnerable to misusing our power and becoming a tyrant, victim, or rescuer to the group.
This class will help you unpack the different rank characteristics of the facilitator role and how to use these to benefit your groups, and your own wellbeing and sustainability.

As part of the Facilitation Masterclass Online series in association with Australia & New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology.

Customised Training Delivery

I have developed a range of training workshops that can be adapted across government, corporate and community contexts. Currently running are workshops in the following:

  • Introduction to Adaptive Leadership
  • Working Together Tools (skills to enhance collaboration)
  • Working with Conflict training
    • Understanding Cause, Context & Rank
    • Escalation & De-escalation
  • Introduction to Forum Theatre
  • Forum Theatre Joker Training

I also offer ongoing faciltiation/coaching for teams around current issues (hot potato) and ongoing conflict supervision (for teams or groups that work with conflict on a regular basis). See below for more details on these programs.

Call Ph: 0468 390 273 now to discuss your group or organisation’s needs.

Upcoming Public Events
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