Zenergy Director Dr Stephen Thorpe has launched a pioneering IT Project Management Masters Degree at AUT. The programme includes group facilitation skills as 1 of the 3 core papers.
The Zenergy Global Stage Two programme: The Essence of Facilitation was held in Sudarshanakoka Retreat Centre, September 2018 with programme leaders Akasadaka Robison and Kelly Townsend.
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This article explores three qualities of trained facilitators that can improve significantly the way we work together in the world. By Simone Maus.
Here is a description of one of the processes used at a Saturday morning session for a community gathering as part of a Matariki gathering. The purpose of the morning: to grow and deepen our community/neighbourhood. By Dale Hunter.
Dale Hunter is the primary author of Zenergy Global books and programmes. An active and curious reader herself, here are Dale’s reflections on the books presently on her table. By Dale Hunter.
Our Zenergy Stage 2 facilitation programme develops an awareness of ‘what is missing’, and the ability to ‘generate’ through the core distinctions of facilitation: Purpose, culture, powerful listening, powerful speaking, ‘being with’, intentionality, intuition, ‘power with’, fearless and ruthless compassion and emotional competence. By Simone Maus.
Reflecting back after my third career, as a professional group facilitator and trainer of group facilitators, I can appreciate that applying my listening skills to group meetings was a natural outreach of my music listening skills. The meetings of people had become the orchestra and chamber music groups of my first career. By Dale Hunter.
Zenergy Stage 2 Graduate Karena Kee talks about how she integrated the learning’s from her Zenergy training into her team at Auckland Council. By Kareana Kee.
A World Cafe is relatively easy to facilitate. The process is well worked out. As facilitators you will know the right questions can be crucial in achieving the purpose. By Akasadaka Robison
On the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and the Elders both past and present we gathered for a week with a precious group of people. By Simone Maus.