Advanced Facilitator Skills
Welcome to the Advanced Facilitator Skills courses. They are meant for coaches, leaders, educators, or anyone working with groups of people, large or small. These courses will help you become more dynamic, adept, creative, and relaxed working with groups. You will learn skills and methods for enhancing meeting structures and group flow states for better results.
Essential Skills for Systems Change: Dealing with Difference
With Diane Musho Hamilton, Lisa Gibson, and Jennifer Berman
Friday, March 8, 2024 Via Zoom
9:00 am - 4:00 pm MST
This one-day workshop is designed for leaders and facilitators guiding systemic change in various settings — in multi-stakeholder initiatives, government, philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, or corporate environments.
Down & Dirty Meeting Design
with Diane Musho Hamilton
Intensive One-Day Online Workshop
May 31, 2024, 9:00 - 4:00 pm MT via Zoom
This one-day online workshop will look at some of the essential elements of meetings, and how to use them to create meetings that work for everyone.
Past Programs and Events
Facilitating in Complexity
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
October 4-6, 2023 Via Zoom
A three-day experiential workshop exploring the personal, interpersonal, and structural dimensions of systemic change, supporting you to facilitate change with greater awareness, compassion, and clarity.
Day of Integral Diversity
One Day Workshop
Friday, May 12, 2023
9 am - 4 pm MT, via Zoom
As facilitators, we’ve all had the experience of trying – and sometimes failing – to facilitate difficult conversations about race, class, power, and identity. In this day-long exploratory workshop, we will explore how Integral Theory might help us to work more skillfully with these and other challenges.
3-Day Online Workshop
With Diane Musho Hamilton
March 22 - 24, 2023
Any time we are facilitating, leading meetings, or supporting group discussions, we engage in moments of mediation, negotiation, problem-solving, and conflict resolution. This three-day online course will set out the building blocks of the mediation process, demonstrating how they can be adapted to work in many different settings. These skills are essential to anyone who works in the domain of human communications and the effort to promote better cooperation.