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New York
Wednesday, 17 July 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm (America/New York)

Facilitation is as much about enabling as it is about surfacing the unseen. As facilitators, a big part of our work revolves around helping people see eye to eye and Evivve is an effort to create an experience that does just that. 

A simulated environment that immerses participants in an alternate reality paving the way for shared context, perspectives and language. Evivve is a 2 hour experience that will leave you with powerful insights about yourself and how you interact with others in a time sensitive and high pressure environment. 

New York
Thursday, 25 July 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm (America/New York)

Laura is a certified facilitator and a professor in Organizational Development at the University of Minnesota. Laura's work spans private, public, and nonprofit sectors, where her strength-based approach fosters stakeholder engagement, sparking creative and dynamic solutions.

Thursday, 25 July 2024 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm (Europe/Paris)

Have you ever found yourself in this situation before? You perfectly planned every detail of your session. On the day of the event, everything is going smoothly until a heated discussion breaks out and your carefully crafted plan goes down the drain.

What the #$%^ just happened?

Join us in this 90-minute session as Sheri Hord, CPF, defines, identifies, and acknowledges conflict as an essential element for group progression.

Friday, 26 July 2024 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm (America/Bogota)

Founder and Chairman of the Caribbean Institute for Social and Emotional Learning (CISEL) in Barbados, Toney Olton, will facilitate a discussion on the findings of the 2024 State of the Heart Report and its implications for professional facilitation regionally and globally. ,

How well are we doing with our well-being? What are the findings on the Gen Z ? Is there an EQ gender divide? What are the differences across geographical areas? What are the implications for the role of professional facilitators?