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Recognising Group Phenomena and Power Dynamics – facilitation practitioner free workshop

May 19 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm CEST

Date: 19 May, 2022
Time: 5-6.30pm, CEST
Location: Zoom
Language: English

Do you work with people and groups on a regular basis and want to feel more confident about it? You intuitively notice different phenomena and developments happening while working with a group, and you want to understand those better?

Working with groups is an adventure for you that never gets boring, with each group having a different dynamic and giving a new riddle about how interactions work and develop?

We believe that facilitation is all about people interacting with each other and it can be quite challenging to understand the group and power dynamics that come into play.

In this workshop we will explore several common phenomena of group dynamics and help you recognise and consciously address them in a way that unleashes the potential of every participant. We will dive into practical cases that help you find creative ways of tackling challenges of group and power dynamics. Moreover, we will share with you our own development paths as facilitators and the learning paths that we offer for your further development.

The workshop is designed and implemented by our lovely facilitators of the Facilitator Qualification Course: Marta Dagargulia and Maxim Pijevski, and it provides a sneak-peek into the course starting in September.

Get a taste and take a learning to decide what could be your next development step!

Register here

 

Facilitators

 

Marta Gawinek – Dagargulia is a born cosmopolitan and lover of diversity, an educator and facilitator for 15 years now with very thorough experience in online facilitation. Her professional passions are lifelong learning, civic education and the development of key competencies for the working environments of tomorrow. She is an experienced project manager and team lead who has created spaces for empowering individuals and communities in Georgia, Central Europe and Germany.

 

 

 

Maxim Pijevski is a trainer and facilitator in non-formal education, working with civil society organizations, individuals and groups in the Republic of Moldova and in Eastern Europe for more than 10 years. His passion is visual facilitation as well as contributing to raising sustainable and efficient teams, fruitful coexistence of people and discovering diversity between individuals and inside each of them.

 

 

 

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm CEST
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