Integral Facilitator Certification
mit Diane Musho Hamilton , Rob McNamara, Dr. Cindy Lou Golin, und Rebecca Ejo Colwell.
Termine / Orte:
October 24–28, 2017
February 14–18, 2018
May 16- 20, 2018
Near Budapest, Hungary
Cultivate authentic presence, clear purpose and agile perspective taking.
Certified Integral Facilitators® are skilled facilitative leaders who impact the quality of groups, teams, communities and organizations by creating the conditions for deeper, more satisfying and more efficient engagement and collaboration.
- Deep and stable presence,
- Access to greater consciousness and a wider range of perspectives,
- Facility for engaging cultural depth and diversity,
- Sensitivity and skill in working with multiple worldviews and personality styles,
- Precise and discerning use of awareness and attention to influence group dynamics,
- The ability to perceive and work with subtle dimensions of human interaction, polarity and group energy
- Fearlessness, responsiveness, and clarity of purpose.
What will you experience?
In this developmentally-oriented, hands-on program, participants engage in facilitation practice, group exercises, meditation and reflection, journaling, and receive direct instruction from master facilitators. Frequent live demonstrations on working with conflict and complex group dynamics enable participants to “lift the veil” on group process and understand the subtleties of human interaction through the eyes of a master facilitator.
What competencies will you develop?
- How to master personal awareness, stable embodied presence and multi-modal perspective taking,
- How to maintain a responsive command of group dynamics including shifting emotional states,
- How to create coherence and shared intention – including visions, goals and objectives,
- How to negotiate complex, entrenched conflicts,
- How to identify and transmute individual and group shadow,
- How to apply supportive and efficient structures and methods for organizing groups and group work.
What is the structure of the 9-month program?
The 9-month program is built around three live, 5-day program intensives which take place at the beginning, middle, and end of the 9-month curriculum. In between live program intensives, participants are actively engaged in applied learning, practice and reflection in the style of distance learning. This includes: regular weekly and bi-weekly participation in online discussions, weekly small group project meetings, bi-weekly coaching calls, and monthly cohort community calls.