The team at BlueWren Connections offer a range of facilitation workshops depending on the needs of the group or topic. We can plan, guide and manage a group to ensure that the group’s objectives are met effectively, with clear thinking, meaningful participation and full buy-in from everyone involved.
The team at BlueWren connections has a strong belief in the wisdom of groups – usually they simply need experienced guidance to find the way. Other times a group will need stronger intervention and visual design to deliver results. As experienced facilitators of group process, Heather and her team know how to respond. We have a range of skills and process please get in touch so we can find one that is best for you and your team. We have a few examples below:
- Skills for Tricky Conversations
- Governance Basics for your Community Organisation or Community Group
- Skills for Facilitating and participating in a meeting
- Graphic Facilitation
- Conversation Café
- Edward de Bobo’s Thinking Hats
BlueWren Connections’ Strong Clubs, Strong Communities program improves community sports’ organisations and helps them prosper. Sporting club executives and volunteers spend a lot of time supporting their club, and we boost the value they bring. BlueWren Connections works with various levels of your organisation to ensure everyone works towards common goals and feels supported and capable.
- Locker Room Conversations (Mental Fitness)
- It’s Time We Talked (Social Media)
- Family violence prevention (Respectful Relationships)
- Governance Basics for your Sporting Organisation
Everything is negotiable and we can tailor to meet your needs. We look forward to the opportunity to discuss this further with you.
Graphic facilitation is a method of producing meaningful symbols that represent complex ideas, stories and plans. Learning this creative skill will help you pitch ideas and communicate to diverse groups with spirit and influence.
Contact us to discuss how we can assist your leadership goals using this essential leadership skill.
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