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.
This workshop will introduce participants into the ways of being and the skills needed to facilitate. A new one day introduction to the work of Zenergy Global lead by Simone Maus and Laurel Freeland.
Zenergy Global will offer several workshops at the next AFN conference taking place at La Trobe University, in Bundoora / Wurundjeri Country, Melbourne, Australia from Monday 26 to Wednesday 28th of November 2018.
Here is a description of one of the processes used at a Saturday morning session for a community gathering as part of a Matariki gathering. The purpose of the morning: to grow and deepen our community/neighbourhood. By Dale Hunter.
Dale Hunter is the primary author of Zenergy Global books and programmes. An active and curious reader herself, here are Dale's reflections on the books presently on her table. By Dale Hunter.
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.
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.
Decision Making is a constant process and part of our lives, which influences how we shape our future. As facilitators we are constantly faced with the question of how to facilitate decision-making in groups to meet the group’s purpose.