We have had so many inquiries from all around the world. We really deliberated about setting dates for our main courses this year.
In previous online courses we have admired the commitment of European participants joining us online in the early hours of their morning, and our Aotearoa/New Zealand cohort staying with us well into their evening. We have been exploring alternate delivery options that make it viable for participants in different time zones easier to manage their work and family commitments.
We are offering two online courses and one in-person Art of Facilitation (Stage 1) training course, all with different schedules and formats to meet different needs. We are also offering an Essence of Facilitation (Stage 2) training course and a Facilitation Masterclass.
Art of Facilitation Online (Stage 1)
June 9 – July 28, 2022* (5pm-9pm AEST) One four hour session a week for 8 weeks (32 hrs) with offline work between sessions (8 hrs)
Art of Facilitation Online (Stage 1)
July 13 – August 31, 2022 (7am-11am AEST) One four hour session a week for 8 weeks (32 hrs) with offline work between sessions (8 hrs)
Essence of Facilitation (Stage 2)
September 2 – 30, 2022 (9am-4pm AEST) One seven hour session per week for 5 weeks (35 hrs) with offline work between sessions (5 hrs)
Art of Facilitation In-person (Stage 1)
October 10 – 14, 2022 (Melbourne, Australia) 40 hours over five days
Dates and format to be advised
We have now added our Philosophy to the site – link here
Zenergy Global Director Dr. Dale Hunter is the author of several internationally acclaimed books including The Art of Facilitation. Our Facilitation training programmes and services are based on these books.
30 years ago the founders of Zenergy heralded that cooperation was fundamental to all human endeavours, and in fact was also fundamental for human wellness. Social connection, purposeful endeavour and embodying the diversity of the group.
In today’s world cooperation is even more critical as we face planetary challenges and a rapidly changing world, often coined VUCA, volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous. These last two years have been for many the most challenging physically and mentally. Cooperation is now even more important as we enter a hybrid life, face to face and online blended in some creative fashion.
We have this year gifted you our work, penned in 1997, whilst the world has advanced incredibly, the foundational principles outlined in this book still hold true. You job, should you choose to accept it, is to translate what you read, guided by your own heart, mind and intuition into your world, at home, at work and in life.
PS: If you gained any insights, tools, principles you found valuable, let us know AND please pass this on and share widely. The best gifts are paid forward.
The Zen of Groups – Spanish Translation
Management Zen is a Spanish translation of our first book, The Zen of Groups – A handbook for people meeting with purpose ( 1992). Management Zen was originally published in Argentina and has been out of print for a number of years. Spanish speakers may enjoy reading this version. Do download and use.
Latest Video Interview with Dale Hunter – topic ‘ Co-facilitation’.
We also offer
- Facilitation training programmes
- Free resources for download or viewing online
- Tools and Processes
- Workshops at Transformational Festivals
We are a team of experienced facilitators who can come to you, or work with you online, and help your group achieve its purpose.
Zenergy Global are part of a network with members based all over the world, please get in touch if you would like to consult us about facilitating your group.
All of our services are intended to offer you alternatives and assistance as you continue to working with the groups that you are a part of.
We are continually adding new programmes to our schedule, please add yourself to our mailing list so we can keep you up to date.
Join us on the path to enrich our planet because we are all able to work together.
Tihei Mauri Ora!
What People Say
“I liked that it was not a ‘sit down and listen to me’ training programme, it was totally interactive and not a lecturer-student relationship.”Graham van Gilst
“What was the most value to me was the self-discovery that gave me the opportunity to learn about myself and see that I can improve on.”Filipe R. Naivaukula
“Having the opportunity to explore the concepts around what good facilitation is. Really made me think. Gave me lots to ponder and provided me with a sense of ongoing benefits long after the week’s end.”Graham Miller, TMS Consulting, Brisbane, Australia