If you are not able to join us in person at Madison College, please join us virtually. This session has been designed as a blended meeting. With the support of Alan Natachu from Madison College and FoF’s online facilitator Janice Belgredan we will be exploring some tools and strategies that support virtual participation. Don’t let distance get in the way of learning about visual practice! We will send out a link to the Zoom meeting 2-3 days in advance of the event.
3:00pm – 5:00pm
FoF Community of Practice Meeting
Leading with Horses: Equine-Inspired Facilitation
Location: Snapdragon Stables, 1523 Hwy. 78, Mt Horeb
Description: Jessica Dallman and Elizabeth Seeliger (Natural Wisdom Counseling) will facilitate equine-based experiential activities in order to explore the nuance of connection, collaboration, and communication, especially in the face of resistance or feeling stuck. We will dive into how our relationships with horses can teach us how to be better leaders, innovators, and team members. The activities are designed to transcend horse experience and will have something to offer everyone, regardless of their comfort around animals. Come recharge, and reconsider leadership in the context of the horse-human relationship.
Note: This is a special event held on a different date and at a different time. You’ll want to do your best to join us in person, however, we are working on a virtual option too. More details coming soon!
Technology of Participation (ToP) Approaches to Environmental Scanning
Location: Madison College, 1701 Wright St., Room E3847
Description: Before you meet to prepare an organization’s plans, the team needs to understand its history and current dilemmas, as well as anticipate trends. Environmental scanning provides a way to quickly tap into relevant factual data and customer, staff or community perceptions.This course specializes in helping facilitators get groups on the same page to begin their work. Learn 10 different ways to perform an assessment with a group, including hands-on practice and matching the right approach to the situation.
For more information, including registration details, please click on the link above.
|October 29 – November 2
Journey of Facilitation & Collaboration
Location: Lowell Center, 610 Langdon St., Madison
5-day Facilitative Leadership Experience that will take you beyond theory to walk the path of mastery using a holistic set of 20 facilitation competencies that balance “hard” and “soft” skills. These competencies are based on a new model encompassing twenty archetypes of the integral facilitator, informed by the “integral” philosophy of Ken Wilber.For more information, including registration details, please click on the link above.
Improv in Leadership
Location: Memorial Union, Room TBD
More details coming soon!