Our Zenergy Stage 2 facilitation programme develops an awareness of 'what is missing', and the ability to 'generate' through the core distinctions of facilitation: Purpose, culture, powerful listening, powerful speaking, 'being with', intentionality, intuition, 'power with', fearless and ruthless compassion and emotional competence. By Simone Maus.
Reflecting back after my third career, as a professional group facilitator and trainer of group facilitators, I can appreciate that applying my listening skills to group meetings was a natural outreach of my music listening skills. The meetings of people had become the orchestra and chamber music groups of my first career. By Dale Hunter.
Zenergy Stage 2 Graduate Karena Kee talks about how she integrated the learning’s from her Zenergy training into her team at Auckland Council. By Kareana Kee.
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.
Here is a selection of decision-making processes that facilitators and group workers can use with groups. By Dale Hunter and Simone Maus.
I am passionate about co-operacy and have always wondered whether (and hoped that) the Zenergy framework could be applied to intimate relationships. By Kelly Townsend.
This year may well be the make-or-break year for a meaningful deal on climate change. The negotiations, in Paris, could be the last time that all world leaders will be present soon enough to implement the kind of change needed. Worldwide pressure is growing for a deal that will do the job. By Akasadaka Robison.