All programs produced by Living Giving Enterprises, LLC... THE JOURNEY OF FACILITATION AND COLLABORATION (JOFC) 5-Day Leadership Experience offered in … [Read More...]
5-Day Facilitative Leadership Experience in Madison, WI
It's difficult to convey in words what leadership adventure awaits you in our 5-day facilitative leadership experience in Madison, WI. The Journey of Facilitation & Collaboration provides workshops that introduce the unique integral facilitiation approach to leaders of of high-funtioning teams. We think that this video captures just a bit of its magic. We hope you will view it, share it with friends and colleagues, and decide to join us on this journey of courageous leadership! Also you can check out our trainee testimonials from those who have expressed how they are able to put the knowledge and skills gained in our workshops into action on a daily basis.
Over the past ten years, we've collected a wealth of feedback from participants. Here is a summary of what they've told us: Usefulness: Over 85% said that they use … [Read More...]
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The knowledge and skills I gained through JOFC has dramatically changed how I view my work (and home) environment, in addition to how I interact with colleagues and members of teams that I lead or co-lead.
I wanted to thank you for a valuable experience last week. I gained tools which will aid me in future facilitation, which was my goal. What I didn’t expect to receive was further insight to what makes me “tick” – this part was surprising and personally very valuable. Thank you for the candor, integrity and being so authentic.
It feels really impossible to identify anything that didn’t work or could have worked much better. I’m hyper-aware of how workshops are planned and carried out, and this had to be the best example I’ve ever seen.