Group Facilitation Skills: Putting Participatory Values Into Practice

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Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations (ECVO)

Collaboration expert Nelli Noakes returns to Edmonton with a three-day intensive to inspire strong facilitators!

As a global civil society, we’re learning how to tackle entrenched social problems collaboratively – that is, by bringing together individuals from deeply different backgrounds, whose perspectives and interests are widely divergent, to wrestle with their competing needs, find common ground over time, and co-develop fresh, new, practical solutions that do indeed produce positive results. Yet, it’s also true that bringing people together requires great skill and intentionality. Far too many facilitations are poorly organized, with fuzzy goals, awkward communication dynamics and sparse accountability. Join Community at Work's Nelli Noakes for a three-day intensive workshop focused on building strong facilitators who are able to inspire fruitful collaborations, inclusive solutions, and mutual understanding between diverse participants.

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