June 10-14 and October 7-11 in Madison, WI.
What if you could harness the full power of a group? What would be possible? During this week-long immersive program, you will JOURNEY into group leadership and return ready to tap into the full power of groups. You will come away re-energized, re-ignited, and refreshed. An adventure you will never forget! You will come away re-energized, re-ignited, and refreshed. An adventure you will never forget!
Enhance Your Leadership Potential
In this highly experiential workshop, you will be introduced to a unique technology called “Integral Facilitation”, that balances the “hard and soft” skills required to build a collaborative, high-performing culture.
Using hands-on multi-modal approaches, we’ll take you beyond theory using a holistic set of 20 facilitation competencies. These competencies are based on a new model encompassing 20 archetypes of the integral facilitator, informed by the “integral” philosophy of Ken Wilber.
Upon completion of the workshop, each “sojourner” will be awarded a certificate of completion in Integral Facilitation and Collaboration.
Over 85% of participants who attended
the Journey of Facilitation and Collaboration Workshop
said that they use what they learned on a daily or regular basis.
Over 94% said they would recommend it to others.
Overall Satisfaction rating is 97%!
Group collaboration is an art and science whose time has come…
Overall, 36% of a company’s profitability, innovation, quality, and growth
are due to its Collaboration Index.
—Frost and Sullivan White Paper Sponsored by Verizon and Microsoft—
76% of employers want their people to have teamwork skills and the
ability to collaborate with others in diverse group settings.
—How Should Colleges Prepare Students to Succeed in Today’s Global Economy?
AAC&U/Peter D. Hart Research—
I have never felt more professionally accepted, encouraged and cared for in my 20 + years of work experience. THANK YOU, Darin, Steve, and Harry!
–2016 Workshop Participant–
It’s been powerful to see the changes in how I see and approach different situations. I’ve been trying to approach problems from a process angle which have been calling for more of a relationship approach. Bringing that approach to several situations this week has opened things up in powerful and helpful ways.
–2016 Workshop Participant–
Without a doubt, this was one of the most informative, meaningful and useful experiences in my professional and personal growth paths ever! The skills acquired and reflection opportunities exceeded the high promise of previous participant’s recommendations. I so appreciate this experience and the difference it is making and will continue to make in my life. –2012 Workshop Participant–
I can honestly say that this workshop transformed my approach to dealing with myself, group dynamics, teaching, and everyday problem-solving. I could sing the course praises that would cover the Skagit River shorelines, but I think the best approach would be to experience it yourself! –2009 Workshop Participant–
Dates. Two workshop dates are scheduled for 2019: Jan 14-18; Jun 10-14
Location: Lowell Center, 610 Langdon St., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
Lodging: Meals and lodging are available to participants at or near the workshop site. Click here to learn more about lodging and workshop facilities.
Attention Master/Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES/CHES). The National Commission for Health Education Credentialing has approved this course for 32 continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education, 21 of which are approved for advanced-level credit.
Graduate Credit: Participants have the option of earning three graduate-level credits from Edgewood College for completing this course. No additional coursework required. Tuition is $185/credit. Enroll at Edgewood’s Quick Enroll site; click here. For more info, contact [email protected]
Pricing. $1,250 includes a 90-minute pre-workshop video-conference, the 5-day workshop including breakfast and lunch each day, a 230+ page workbook and learning guide, and optional membership in an ongoing Learning Community of Practice (COP) called Focus on Facilitation with monthly meetings that welcome either face-to-face or virtual attendance.
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The following JOFC workshops are scheduled for 2019.
Payment is required in advance of the training to secure your spot. Register below for the workshop of your choice by credit/debit card. If you need to arrange other payment options, please email us or call 608.298.7980. View Refund Policy here.
Note to Integral Thinkers
Integral fans interested in new applications of the integral theory are welcome to attend. With that said, please be forewarned that this is not a course on integral theory. The primary focus of this course is on the skills and practice of facilitation and collaboration; though it is informed by integral theory, we do not adhere to every letter of “integral law”.
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE WORKSHOP?
CONTACT JANE DYMOND, OR CALL 608.770.1231