The E&A landscape, for those who don’t know it, is a powerful framework (developed by Craig Yeatman of Worldsview Academy) to, amongst many other things, orient Organisation Developme... Read more
Nine Conversations in Leadership™ Facilitator Accreditation
Prepares facilitators to effectively deliver the Nine Conversations in Leadership™ intervention.
What will be covered?
An intensely experiential 5-day workshop, during which participants experience the Nine Conversations in LeadershipTM intervention both as participants and facilitators, where they are required to deliver intervention content, facilitate conversations, set-up and debrief exercises and receive feedback on their facilitation skills from their fellow facilitators and the Master Facilitator. The process is supported by self-assessment, peer feedback and developmental planning and, although the accreditation workshop takes place in a simulated team environment, facilitators-in-training will be asked to complete activities that normal participants would be asked to do.
You will be required to:
- Participate in all aspects of the workshop, attend all days in full and act as a true participant. Facilitator Accreditation (FA) is not possible if sessions are missed.
- Facilitate sections of the intervention, as allocated by the Master Facilitator. This requires that you are familiar with the pre-reading and set aside preparation time during the FA.
- Reflect the principles and skills of the WorldsView™ facilitation competencies in practice sessions.
- Respond positively to feedback and make changes as required, showing improving during the FA. Provide honest and constructive feedback and assessment to other facilitators-in-training.
Who will attend?
Consultants, team leaders, managers, community leaders, HR practitioners, change agents, OD practitioners, and any other person with training and facilitation experience around leadership.
For more information on this Programme
Kyra Wainstein firstname.lastname@example.org 0861 333 262 or +2711 844 1100
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