Online Dialogue Facilitation Training Application- June 18-August 13, 2024
                                                    *** SPACE IS LIMITED.***  
        THOSE ACCEPTED INTO THE TRAINING WILL BE NOTIFIED BY JUNE 11, 2024.
                                 *** EARLY APPLICATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED.***

At its heart, intergroup dialogue is a sustained, intentional effort to bring diverse people together to collectively build something greater than any of us as individuals may accomplish." (Gurin, Nagda, & Zuñiga, 2013).

You are invited to participate in a unique Online Dialogue Facilitation Training course, over 8 sessions using Zoom.  The co-facilitators, Anna Yeakley, PhD, and Alan W. Goff, M.Ed., have over 20 years of intergroup dialogue facilitation and training experience.

This training is designed as a next step for those who have participated in intergroup dialogues in the past, or as a refresher to those who have previously participated in an intergroup dialogue facilitation training.  Those who have experience or training in other dialogic frameworks and methods may also be good candidates.  

This course will support the development of facilitation and communication skills needed to lead conversations on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion, as well as develop the professional capacity of leaders of diverse teams and organizations in creating inclusive teams that work effectively across differences to engage in open communication and collaboration.  Participants will have access to experiential training, resources and tools, connections to peers, practice facilitation opportunities, and feedback on their facilitation skills.

Dates:  8 Tuesdays, from June 18-August 13, 2024          
               (No training on July 16, 2024) 
Times: 10:00am-1:00 pm Pacific / 11:00am-2:00 pm Mountain / 12:00-3:00 pm Central / 1:00-4:00 pm Eastern

Cost:  Early Bird Discount: $1295 - Apply by midnight PST, Monday, June 7, 2024.

           Full Price (applications received after June 3, 2024):  $1595
            (No payment due until acceptance into course)

Each 3-hour dialogue session will be highly interactive and will scaffold the development of knowledge and skills over the 8 sessions.  It is, therefore, imperative that all participants be available for all 8 sessions.  

Outline of Training Sessions
Session 1:  Creating the Container for Dialogue
Session 2:  Social Identities and Socialization
Session 3:  Privilege/Oppression and Balancing Power in Dialogue (Multi-partiality)
Session 4:  Facilitation Skills for Conflict and Emotions, Preparing for Practice Co-Facilitations
Sessions 5-7:  Practice Co-Facilitations and Feedback
Session 8:  Taking Action, Training Applications, Closing Reflections/Affirmations

If you are interested in participating in this online facilitation training course, we ask you to answer the questions that follow. This information will help the facilitators know a little more about your experience and interests, which may be used to guide the design of the training activities, and may help in the selection of participants if interest is greater than capacity. The personal information you provide here is confidential and will only be read by the two facilitators.  

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