Interested in a Group Facilitation Skills training (Liberating Structures method) in Washington, DC?
This is basically a fast, fun, hands-on bootcamp to quickly develop group facilitation skills and be able to put them to use immediately, drawing on the powerful Liberating Structures methodology.

Liberating Structures is a very easy-to-use set of facilitation techniques designed around collaboration, equity, and engagement. It's used by professional facilitators, as well as within organizations from big tech companies (often in concert with Agile), community organizations, and international institutions like the World Bank.

A training is 2 days. We have been doing these in Washington, DC but would consider other cities. We may offer an online course in the future. Registration fees will be approximately $600-1800, depending on your type of organization, with the possibility of a pay-what-you-can ticket.

This training is great for those who are beginner-to-intermediate facilitators. It's also appropriate for more experienced facilitators who are looking to add a comprehensive understanding of Liberating Structures techniques, including some that are less frequently used and known. (One need not have a "facilitator" title, per se; running groups and meetings applies to managers, executives, directors, conference organizers, consultants, boards, teachers/trainers, community leaders, etc.)

Please let us know if you're interested. Thanks! (You're welcome to share the link to this form with others.)
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