It has been estimated that unnecessary meetings cost $37Billion annually. What can we do about it? Create Purpose! By Simone Maus.
Visa Consulting, Singapore invited Zenergy Global to deliver the Art of Facilitation programme to a diverse team of consultants. By Simone Maus.
Welcome to our new Zenergy Graduates who Supercharged their facilitation at the recent Art of Facilitation Programme held near Thames, on the Coromandel Peninsula of Aotearoa / New Zealand. By Simone Maus and Akasadaka Robison.
The shift in energy has been tangible; with so many of the people involved clearly benefitting from the approach of unlocking collective intelligence.
An interesting new completion and celebration process emerges during a 'wrap' session for a hard working festival team after offering their community a massive 3 day transformational experience. By Kāren Hunter.
Summer in Aotearoa / New Zealand is full of fabulous lifestyle festivals. My favourites are the 'Transformational Festivals' that offer camping, musical performances, healers and workshops in modalities including: massage, yoga, tai chi, diet, meditation and what I could loosely call 'philosophy'. By Kāren Hunter.
Here are links to two fabulous short audio testimonials about our facilitation practise with the core team at Prana Festival to the Zenergy Global page at Soundcloud. By Kāren Hunter.
“The Art of Facilitation seamlessly translates from community to corporate application, and is a Must Read for anyone who facilitates groups of people. A truly New Zealand perspective on communication that acknowledges the humanity behind our daily interaction, and made me personally review my practices. In an ideal world this would be compulsory reading at secondary schools and endorsed as complement to Sun Tsu’s Art of War in corporate strategy.”
“Dale is highly skilled at knowing how to intervene, when and where. Many participants commented on the excellent facilitation following the workshop.”
Online Group Facilitation Finds a Foundational Set of International Competencies. As an emerging profession, group facilitation has yet to develop a significant body of quality-assured research knowledge.