Art of Participatory Leadership: Creating Collective Action – Building Cultures of Innovation, a conference hosted by Teresa Posakony, Tenneson Woolf, Faith Trimble, Steve Byers, and Paul Horton.
September 17 – 19, 2015
8:00am – 5:30pm (Saturday til 5:00pm)
Pacific Lutheran University (PLU)
12180 Park Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98447
PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY FOR MORE EFFECTIVE MEETINGS AND PRACTICES FOR WORKING BETTER TOGETHER AMIDST TIMES OF RAPID CHANGE AND HIGH COMPLEXITY.
We are awakening to different ways of being in leadership together, moving beyond the typical traps of adversarial agendas and into processes of co-learning and co-evolution that lead to wise action and change. We are seeking consultative processes and engagement strategies that bring out the best in our communities and foster collaboration. That’s what the Art of Participatory Leadership is all about.
Last year’s Art of Participative Leadership in Olympia, WA was wait-listed. This year’s gathering builds on that tradition — working to create collective impact and cultures of innovation.
The Art of Participative Leadership is an intensive 3-day experience where you will practice a set of simple yet powerful approaches for designing and hosting (facilitating) powerful conversations and meetings. It is an effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-organizing capacity of groups. We believe that people give their energy and lend their resources to what matters most to them – in work as in life. These practices invite people to step in and respond to the challenges facing them in creative, authentic, compassionate and innovative ways.
$775 | Profits/Business
$625 | Non-Profits/Government
Note: ** Discounts available for teams of 3 or more.
*** Tuition includes full cost of the training, materials, breakfast and lunch. We will also reserve space in local restaurant for shared dinner (self pay).
If you know you need to be at this training and cost is the barrier, request a creative tuition conversation. We are working creatively to include the diversity of our community in the training.
If you can offer a little more to support others who can’t afford to pay the full tuition please join the Generosity Circle. A gift of $50 or more helps us welcome and include more of the diversity of our community!
For more information please contact:
Paul Horton | email@example.com | (360)-918-1079
Teresa Posakony | Teresa@emergingwisdom.net | (206)-372-3405
Washington Nonprofits, Washington’s state association for nonprofit organizations, is a membership-based organization that builds a strong, collaborative network of nonprofits serving Washington communities through education, advocacy, and capacity building. It is a member of the National Council of Nonprofits. Join us today!
120 State Avenue #303, Olympia, WA 98501
(855) 299-2922 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.washingtonnonprofits.org