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WITH YOUR HEART, HAND & HEAD: FACILITATION DISCOVERY – free workshop
April 22 @ 17:00 – 18:30 CEST
Date: 22 April
Time: 5-6.30pm, CEST
Exploring the world of facilitation triggered your interest? But you still wonder what facilitation really means and whether to embark upon this development path?
Living in a world of complex and interconnected challenges, where constant and fast change becomes a new reality, facilitation helps us to adapt and navigate in this volatility and uncertainty. It is based on collective intelligence, collaboration and co-creation and enables creating holistic, inclusive, and participative group processes which unlock the potential of each individual.
Join us for this facilitation discovery workshop to explore more! The workshop is designed for all those of you who are curious about the facilitation world and think about becoming a facilitator. It is designed and implemented by our facilitators for curious individuals interested in non-formal education. You will learn what facilitation is and why it matters. You will get in touch with our facilitators who will share their experience and stories. You will learn what learning paths we can offer for your further development. And along the way you will experience how enjoyable and fun online facilitation can be!
Get a taste and get connected to be able to decide if this might be your next development step!
Please register here until 21 April, 12pm CEST. A couple of days before the workshop, we will send you the Zoom link.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
Sebastian, Marta, Ivana & Marischa,
from horizontal school
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.
Sebastian Wehrsig is passionate about socio-ecological transformation, people and nature. He works on-site, outside and online as facilitator in education for sustainable development, international co-creation and citizenship education. Currently, he fosters sustainable development, climate actions and socio-ecological transformation at Villa Fohrde, an educational house in Brandenburg, Germany. Before that, he worked at MitOst, for the German Parliament and has a degree in nature conservation and regional development (MSc). Sebastian enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends in Brandenburg, the Caucasus and the Alps.