Thursday, August 5, 4:00am - 5:30am (EDT)
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You may have all the tools, processes to facilitate and you might be good with using games, charts, scribbling and a multitude of concepts and then you have to be with people!
Having a safe and confidential space to reflect on your facilitation allows you to get perspective onthe different relationships we have with our clients.
It can help you develop both professionally and personally, help you stay focused and non-judgemental, resolve ethical and boundary management issues. In the coaching world, this is called supervision and that can conjure up a larger than life person, leaning over your shoulder and maybe full of air!
I prefer super-vision, which is a learning partnership based on reflectivepractice, to see more clearly how you facilitate and respond to that.
You are expected to be able to share your emotion, be able to reflect on your own experience and welcome constructive feedback.
Although giving advice and sharing tools/techniques is helpful to any facilitator, this clinic will not focus on this.
Please make sure you understand that this is experienced-based where you are actively encouraged to share.
To attend this workshop, you must be actively facilitating and bring an example you might want to explore.
Amaranatho, developed thePlayfulMonk approach to help organisations and people stay calm and connected in complex situations so they can awaken to their true potential. He was a Buddhist monk for 15 years and is currently accrediting to be a coaching/facilitator/agile coach supervisor.
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