WHY THIS TRAINING? WHY NOW?
Meaningful conversation is needed for the life of a community or organization at the best of times, and right now we need these types of conversations more than ever. With a world that is rapidly changing and becoming increasingly complex, we need to know how to connect with each other - and ourselves - to make the change that’s needed.
We are convening this training in Halifax, Nova Scotia, because we are a community that is actively engaged in the work of systemic transformation through conversation.
If you’re from the Nova Scotia, please join us and become part of our efforts. If you are from elsewhere, please join us to add your voice and get inspired about making change when you return home.
WHY SHOULD I COME?
To learn and explore methodologies to engage yourself and others in making change in our communities and organizations - including world cafe, open space, circle, and appreciative inquiry, and harvesting.
To learn and explore personal practices of authentic leadership, engagement, and reflection.
To connect with others to create and sustain practices that support meaningful conversations that create change
To respond to a call from our community, which is already hosting meaningful conversations in all sectors, so we can continue to build our depth and ability to make change.
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