Tiny House
More About The National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation • Join Now!
Community News

Open Space Training in Montreal this May

Diane Gibeault & Associé.es-Associates invite French-speaking NCDDers to participate in an upcoming workshop May 29-31 in Montreal, Canada…

Open Space Technology, also known as “Open Space,” is a simple but powerful way of working together on a daily basis or in meetings and for exercising open leadership. Open Space gives voice to everyone on an equal basis, promotes collaboration, vitality, open leadership and much more. It is a dynamic process for small or large group meetings (5 to 2000) or conferences, over a few hours or a couple of days that requires fewer resources. It accelerates projects, consultations, learning and change. Collective intelligence emerges to give exceptional results. It often becomes a way of being and more and more organizations aspire to make it a way of working and leading.

Diane Gibeault (Canada) et Déborah Maarek (Belgique) experienced trainers invite you to discover why this method is so unique. The May workshop is in French but see other learning opportunities at www.dianegibeault.com.

FORUM OUVERT : façon simple mais puissante de travailler ensemble au quotidien et en réunion (5 à 2000, en quelques heures ou jours) et d’exercer un leadership d’ouverture.

Atelier en français 29-31 mai, 2012 – RÉDUCTION des tarifs jusqu’au 5 avril 2012.

VIDÉO et INSCRIPTION : http://www.dianegibeault.com

Diane Gibeault is a bilingual consultant and IAF Certified Professional Facilitator from Ottawa who specialized in Open Space Technology after training in 1996 with Harrison Owen, OST author; she since facilitated many OST trainings and events in Canada, France, Switzerland, Belgium and Brazil. http://www.dianegibeault.com/

NCDD Community
This post was submitted by a member of the NCDD community. NCDD members are leaders and future leaders in the fields of public engagement, conflict resolution, and community problem solving. You, too, can post to the NCDD blog by completing the Add-to-Blog form at www.ncdd.org/submit.

  More Posts  

Post Your Comment!