Groupe Facilitation
Facilitations Tools Training
Powerful methods to facilitate and build consensus in groups

FACILITATION TOOLS TRAINING IN GENEVA -

Learn concrete tools to make your meetings, group work or management more efficient and effective.

Since 2014, The CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation (CAUX-IofC) and the Institute of Cultural Affairs UK (ICA:UK) have been offering training courses in facilitation methods that allow participants to collective ideas that result in breakthrough changes.

Upcoming Courses:

Where?

They will all take place between 9:00am and 5:30pm at the Vienna Room of the John Knox Center in Geneva.

Why these training courses?

Facilitation Tools Training
Participation and ownership matter. In every time zone and in private, public, and community settings, Technology of Participation (ToP) methods and tools are bringing high levels of participation to decision-making and planning processes while embedding the ability to create specific customised applications. They cultivate the collective ideas that result in breakthrough changes and generate the spirit of commitment that leads to and supports action for change.

Who is this for?

The trainings are suited for: Executive Directors, event and project managers, educators, trainers, consultants, professional facilitators, supervisors, community activists, and group leaders of any kind. The training suits all levels of experience. Both courses also contribute to established international facilitator competencies. The Technology of Participation (ToP) facilitation techniques are in use by more than 20,000 facilitators worldwide.

 

Approach

Facilitation Tools Training
Both courses present the methods in a practical and participatory way. Methods are first demonstrated, then analysed and discussed, and then practiced individually or in supportive small groups with guided reflection and feedback. Finally, participants plan how they will apply each method in their own situations. Participants will develop their skills, share experiences and gain an in-depth understanding of the principles behind the methods.

About the training courses

Trainers

Jonathan Dudding
Jonathan Dudding is the Director of ICA:UK. Jonathan has been working with different members of the ICA network for over 20 years, developing skills in consultancy, facilitation and training. He is a recognised as a lead trainer in ICA’s Technology of Participation. Working primarily with international clients, Jonathan has worked with governments, international and local organisations, particularly in Europe and Africa.

 

Bhav Patel
Bhavesh Patel designs and facilitates meetings to explore organisational issues and opportunities, and offers skills training in coaching, communication, and facilitation. His approach is to use participatory methods that engage collective intelligence and leadership. He believes that in an increasingly complex world there are no off-the-shelf solutions. Organisations can find their own answers through engaging the hearts and minds of their own people. His clients have included Motorola, Deutsche Bank, Malaysia TV3, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Aberdeen Asset Management, Singapore Institute of Management, Lafarge, Fraser & Neave, Zuellig Pharma, Bangkok Bank, Prudential, World Wide Fund for Nature, World Health Organisation.

Organizers

Facilitation Tools Training
Established in 1946, the CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation (CAUX-IofC) main approach is to bring global change through personal change. CAUX-IofC provides a safe and privileged space to inspire, equip and connect individuals, groups and organisations from around the globe to engage effectively and innovatively in trustbuilding, ethical leadership, sustainable living and human security. CAUX-IofC is the Swiss body of Initiatives of Change International (IofC).

ICA:UK draws on more than 50 years of global experience in human, community and organisational development. As part of the ICA International network of 30 organisations across five continents, ICA:UK focuses on the human factor in world development, developing, sharing and applying effective facilitation methods designed to release human potential and give people greater control over their own development.

Registration

Early Bird deadline: 15 September 2016

Registration deadline: 20 October 2016

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Fees

Payments need to be issued no later than 5 days before the start of the training.

 

 

Package (all four trainings)

 

GFM or PSP

 

AP or DPE

 

 

Early-bird

Normal

 

Early-bird

Normal

 

Early-bird

Normal

Corporate

 

3‘000

3‘350

 

1’050

1’200

 

575

700

Not-for-profit/ Individuals

 

1‘600

2‘300

 

600

800

 

350

500

These fees include training documentation, lunch and coffee breaks.

Payment

Please click here to find information concerning our account details 

Contact

Brigitt Altwegg – Project Manager

CAUX-Initiative of Change Foundation
Rue de Varembé 1, CH–1202 Genève
phone: +41 22 749 16 27 / cell: +41 79 383 11 07

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EVENTS

Following the success of the Group Facilitation Methods and Action Planning courses in 2014 and 2015, in 2016, the CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation and the Institute of Cultural Affairs UK are offering four additional training courses.

On Wednesday and Thursday 25-26 November 2015, a 2-day Group Facilitation Methods training will take place in Geneva, followed by an Action Planning training on 27 November 2015. These practical trainings offer powerful methods and tools for generating consensus in groups and for building ownership of projects or events. They are suited for all levels of experience, from group leaders to professional facilitators and Executive Directors.

The first Group Facilitation Methods training in Switzerland was organized by CAUX-Initiatives of Change in partnership with ICA:UK and the Impact Hub Geneva on 12-13 November 2014.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 (All day) to Thursday, November 13, 2014 (All day)

Group Facilitation Methods (GFM) training in november 2014 at the Impact Hub Geneva: Learn participatory methods for successfully facilitating meetings and events!

Group Facilitation Methods (GFM) training on 2-3 September 2014 at the Impact Hub Geneva: Learn participatory methods for successfully facilitating meetings and events!