One of the few bright spots of the Covid crisis has been innovating and stretching into new ways of being in online space. This workshop, using a new online design and format, will mix experiential dyad and small group exercises with more traditional Community Building Circle Time. Participants will do targeted homework exercises to increase self-awareness and knowledge of key Community Building principles. There will be several short lectures with time for questions and answers. This new format has been used successfully with public trainings and private cohort groups. Join us in this new way of being online! The workshop is limited to 45 participants and will utilize Zoom technology.
This online workshop is for
- Anyone who wants to learn about personal obstacles to authentic communication and relationship.
- Anyone seeking to enhance their communication skills and transform their ability to listen.
- Anyone seeking to communicate more authentically and build deeper relationships.
- Anyone seeking to overcome compassion fatigue, burnout, isolation, loneliness – or to simply feel more alive and connected to others.
- New and/or experienced Community Builders seeking to increase awareness of key Community Building principles – and to develop specific skills needed to successfully experience deeper levels of authentic relationship and Community.
- Facilitators in training, and seasoned Community Builders wishing to take a deeper and advanced dive on core Community skills and principles for more effective facilitation.
- People interested in learning about and experiencing M. Scott Peck’s Community Building model in a new online design and format.
- Anyone who seeks to experience “true community,” i.e. “unusual safety and extraordinary respect.”
November 20 – 22, 2020, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Central European Time (CET – Prague, Wien)
- Friday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
- Saturday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
- Sunday 2 p.m. to 8,30 p.m.
190 EUR for West Europe, USA / 155 EUR for East Europe (CZ, SK, PL, ..)
For Facilitators in Training (i.e. individuals that have attended the 5-Day Community Building Facilitator Training) reduced cost is available, please contact us.
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Places are limited, we recommend to register soon. Your place is booked after finished registration and confirmed payment.
Registration link: https://forms.gle/wrmJX9ZNj9gUThb57
The Community Building Institute (CBI) is the global Community Building training and facilitator certification body. CBI is recognized for its commitment to the highest levels of ethics and quality – and for its consistency with the original methods and principles developed by M. Scott Peck M.D., author of The Different Drum. CBI’s founder, Edward Groody was trained, mentored and worked directly with Dr. Peck. CBI has a diverse facilitator team with seasoned experience in a variety of professional fields.
CBI is the recognized leader in practical applications of Community Building in business, human service, criminal justice, education, health and personal development sectors to improve outcomes and capacity to solve real world problems. Case studies of Community Building used to improve outcomes and increase capacity to address real world problems:
- In the 8th year of state funding, 50 human service agencies and over 100 trained facilitators are improving client outcomes and enhancing city wide collaboration.
- Award-winning workforce development program helped young adults find and keep employment.
- City neighborhoods are healing racial discord, promoting peace and civility, and creating a more welcoming and inclusive community.
- Healthcare providers are healing burnout and compassion fatigue.
- Adult Childhood Experiences (ACES) and trauma reduction programs are enhancing outcomes.
- University of Tennessee graduate business program strengthened relationships and leadership development in an MBA cohort group.
- W2 (welfare assistance) agencies are boosting client resiliency and self-sufficiency.
- Faith-based year-long leadership program enhanced communication and listening skills.
- Neighborhood steering group re-built trust after standstill & conflict.
- Post-incarcerated individuals improved job acquisition and retention and other reentry outcomes.
- Hospital management built a highly effective team after a difficult merger process.
- Youth in juvenile detention are successfully transitioning to society .
- Literacy program participants increased outcomes.
- University of Wisconsin social work program is building high functioning graduate cohort groups and achieving enhanced mindfulness course outcomes.
- Enhanced peace-making efforts in Eastern Europe, Russia, and the Middle East.