Next Stage Facilitation develops leaders and facilitators capable of working in fluid and creative ways with a wide range of complex group dynamics. This live 3-day training is for individuals who want to become more authentic, spontaneous, and responsive facilitative leaders in service of the cultures and organizations they care about.
Participants will increasing their skills in each of the four domains of facilitation (facilitator awareness, behavior, understanding of groups, and systems and structures).
Participants will practice:
Integral Facilitator trainings bring together four distinct domains of knowledge and practice: Awareness practice—Zen, Adult developmental psychology, Facilitator skills and techniques, and Integral Theory. The curriculum uses the Integral map to illuminate the complex terrain of group facilitation and facilitative leadership. The IF approach develops interior awareness, presence, embodied expression, facilitator behaviors and interventions, and awareness of the systems and structures which support facilitative mastery. Next Stage Facilitation 3-day intensives weave together direct teaching (content) with group discussion and interactive practices, facilitation demonstration, embodiment practice, and facilitation practice.
Diane is a uniquely gifted, playful, and awake group facilitator, consultant and teacher of Integral Spirituality and Zen. She is a lineage holder in the Soto Zen tradition, and has collaborated with the Integral Institute and Ken Wilber since 2004, developing the Integral Life Practice seminars and the Integral Spiritual Experience global events.
Diane is well known as an innovator in facilitating group dialogues, especially conversations about culture, religion, race and gender relations. She was the first Director of the Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Utah Judiciary, where she established mediation programs throughout the court system. She is the recipient of several prestigious awards for her work in this area, including the Peter W. Billings Award and the UCCR Peacekeeper Award.
She has studied and practiced Buddhadharma for over 25 years, beginning at Naropa Institute in 1984 with the teachings of Choygam Trungpa Rinpoche. She was ordained as a Zen priest in 2003 and received dharma transmission from her teacher, Genpo Roshi, in 2006. She is a facilitator of Big Mind Big Heart, a process developed by Roshi to bring the insights of Zen to Western audiences.
Rob McNamara is a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, a Leadership Coach and author of The Elegant Self. He is a leading expert on adult development and human performance, his coaching services help individuals increase their scope of influence where it matters most personally and professionally.
Rob’s expertise includes the intersection of integral practice, adult development, human performance and integral strength training. He specializes in helping people resolve their persistent painful limitations to become more powerful, proficient and aligned with what matters most in life.
Through his private practice in Boulder, CO, he works with a broad range of clients including executives, professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and athletes ranging from high school to Olympic and professional world champions.
His contributions in the business sector include the Stagen Leadership Institute where he developed integrally-informed executive curriculum for senior executives and launched corporate wellness initiatives. Rob also served as the Senior Integral Consultant and Human Performance Specialist for Phillips Performance Nutrition.
Rob received his Masters in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Susquehanna University. His books include The Elegant Self and Strength to Awaken.
Rebecca is a talented integral facilitator, strategist and coach, with a passion for the power of collaboration. For over thirty years she has been facilitating and inspiring others to practice facilitative leadership and meet the challenges of a wide range of cultural and social issues.
After earning her Masters of Business Administration in 1992, she founded Fourth Wave Strategy Inc., an integrally informed strategic management firm. Over the last two decades, Rebecca has become a well-known innovator for design and facilitation of multi-stakeholder strategy development and multi-disciplinary projects that cross organizational boundaries in public, private and not-for-profit sectors in North America. She has led many “firsts” in system and organizational initiatives related to better futures for health, energy, design in business, culture production, natural and cultural heritage, and economic development. In 2008, she founded Open Field, an integral leadership development practice for women.
Rebecca’s warm, playful and irreverent style is grounded in her deep trust of what is, and a tenacious curiosity about what might be possible. As a certified Integral development coach, she offers this presence and perspective to developing leaders and leadership teams.
Rebecca has been a Zen student of Musho Sensei, in the Soto Zen tradition, since 2007, and is the co-founder of Integral Facilitator®.
|Normalpreis:||$ 1750 (zzgl. Unterkunft und Verpflegung)|
||dieses Seminar ist von der MwSt. befreit!|
||$ 1395 (bis 20. Mai)|
||10% (Gutscheincode IF-Mitglied)|
||Impact Hub (Amsterdam, NL)|
|Datum||Mo 15.06.2015 09:00|
|Ende||Mi 17.06.2015 17:30|
|akt. Preis||1.750,00 $|