- Learn about the principle and practice of deep democracy.
- Practice methods to support diversity and multicultural communication.
- Enhance inner work skills to support staying present as a facilitator, without getting caught in a polarised position in the midst of tension and emotionality.
- Recognise the dynamics of oppression, accountability, and revenge in relation to one’s personal history, collective issues, and conflicts.
- Develop human rights awareness in the areas of culture, race, socio-economics, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, health, education, age.
- Discover team building skills and develop the confidence needed for collaboration, particularly in multi-cultural situations.
When we face conflicts within organisations or when we witness violence, prejudice or human rights violations, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed by the problems we hope to change. This Diversity training in Worldwork methods will support participants to recognise how we contribute to the polarisation of conflict, and how we can contribute to conflict resolution and make a difference in our communities.
Developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell and an international team of colleagues, Worldwork is the sociological sister of Process Work and is based on the principle of ‘Deep Democracy’, the idea that sustainable community life depends on our diversity and the interaction of all parts of our experience.
Just at the point communication breaks down or reaches an impasse, Worldwork methods support the interaction to deepen, raise awareness and go forward. Worldwork contributes exciting new perspectives in large and small-scale conflict resolution work, diversity training and multi-cultural communication, vision and strategy building, organisational change facilitation, teambuilding, and leadership coaching.
Mary, ParticpantThe approach was a very effective way to learn, empowering and emotionally engaging. I will remember and integrate the practices and content of this training!
At Findhorn, the whole community becomes a wonderful classroom.Sarah, former Findhorn College student
Dr Gill Emslie
Gill is a long term Ecovillage member with a diverse portfolio in community living and leading. Her current focus sees Gill working as a facilitator, coach and consultant in the NGO, social/environmental justice, business and government sectors. She runs in-depth training and team facilitation. Her work is process orientated and systemic, fostering change in individuals, teams and organisations. Gill is a qualified UKCP psychotherapist and supervisor.
- £270 (Guest )
- £150 (NFA / FF member )
Group rates available upon request, please contact [email protected] quoting POP2