2013 TRAINING DATES
Group meetings can be challenging due to the great diversity and competing needs (language, culture, ethnicity, age, gender) of those at the table. In our fun and interactive training you will learn the skills and techniques to facilitate group discussions and decision making processes. Participants will leave with the tools to act as effective, successful facilitators.
This training is ideal for a wide variety of people, including board members and officers, human resource and staff development professionals, program managers, work team leaders, social workers and family therapists, and community organizers.
Training topics will include:
- Development of comprehensive and inclusive agendas
- Effective facilitation and intervention techniques
- Identifying and balancing individual and group needs
- Setting and enforcing ground rules
- Addressing and managing “problem issues”
- Development of timelines, schedules and benchmarks
Download an information flyer and registration here: Facilitation Training: October 26-27 2013 Flyer and Registration Form.
THE TRAINER: Cordell Wesselink
Cordell Wesselink works as Community Boards’ ADR & Training Program Manager. He has been passionate and involved with conflict resolution, mediation, facilitation, and community engagement for the past five years through Community Boards and the Esalen Institute. Cordell’s passion was sparked through discovering Nonviolent Communication as developed by Marshall Rosenberg and working with Gestalt Process as taught at the Esalen Institute. He completed his master’s degree in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Peacebuilding at California State University Dominguez Hills. Learn more about Cordell here.
Dates & Times
Fall: Saturday & Sunday, October 26-27 | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
601 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco | Mezzanine Community Room
For details about awarded MCLEs and MFT/LCSW CEUs, contact Cordell below.
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Questions? Contact Cordell Wesselink, ADR & Training Program Manager, (415) 920-3820 x109 or email@example.com.
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