Do you want to learn more about facilitating workshops, meetings, collaborations, or coaching sessions? Come join Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg and Joy Roulier Sawyer for “The Art of Facilitation: Facilitating for Community and Change,” June 2 – July 13. This online class also includes video-conferencing and lots of resources to give participants a rich experience of and education in effective and soulful facilitation.
As Joy and Caryn write in the class description: “We’ll explore how creating intentional communal spaces, taking an inward look, and working across vast definitions of “difference” (including race, religion, gender, class, living with ability or health challenges, and more) can help foster greater cohesion and expression in a fragmented culture. We’ll also learn how to navigate difficult situations and people more smoothly and compassionately, as well as how to joyfully sustain ourselves in our own individual TLA callings.”
Joy and Caryn also share this video about what happens in the class and who comes.
The class also includes visiting teachers Yvette Hyater-Adams and Caleb Winebrenner. Yvette is a poet, teaching artist, and proven culture change strategist. Her storytelling work facilitates healing, creating literary art, consciouses-raising, and advocacy. Caleb is a storyteller, poet, and educator passionate about facilitation that takes into account different learning styles, and accommodating special needs. See more about both of them and Joy and Caryn here.