Tena koutou katoa. It feels like 2020 has been a watershed year for us here in NZ. We made a conscious decision to focus on business to business work this year, with the intention of bringing Zenergy and regenerative practices to a wider audience. Here are some examples of what transpired.
Zenergy Global Facilitation Training Programmes; Upcoming events 2019
By building my ‘presence’ muscle, my work as a facilitator and a programme leader has become paradoxically easier, when being present is far from easy. Below I share four moments where I found presence to be perfect. By Akasadaka Robison.
The Zenergy Global Stage Two programme: The Essence of Facilitation was held in Sudarshanakoka Retreat Centre, September 2018 with programme leaders Akasadaka Robison and Kelly Townsend. View this post for photos and participant comments.
A World Cafe is relatively easy to facilitate. The process is well worked out. As facilitators you will know the right questions can be crucial in achieving the purpose. By Akasadaka Robison
Purpose, culture, as well as self and group awareness are key Zenergy offerings.
Late last year, we were contacted by a local government team who was experiencing issues with the way they were working together. Once we understood more about their situation, we suggested using the Zenergy FACTS model as a diagnostic tool. By Kelly Townsend.
The theme for the conference was Tuakana / Teina, which refers to the concept of older or more experienced siblings teaching and guiding younger siblings. By Kelly Townsend.
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.