Facilitating Transformational Journeys Deep Pacific Edition
Based on the pioneering work of Anthony Hodgson. Join a dynamic community, access new levels of creative and innovative thinking to tackle the challenges of our interconnected world. Presented by Phil Tate and Wendy Simpson.
the course will run at the beginning of 2024 in the NZST timezone *
*Please be mindful of date changes if you are looking to participate from other time zones
Join a dynamic community to shape innovative approaches that tackle the challenges of our interconnected world.
This online course, based on the pioneering thinking of Anthony Hodgson, focuses on extending our capacity for complex thinking and facilitating community decision-making, regardless of background or experience.
We must move beyond a misplaced faith in technological solutions or heroic attempts to ‘return to nature’. We cannot turn back the time of human experience, but we can access new levels of creative and innovative thinking to deal with increasingly complex situations and assumptions.
We invite you to consider current sustainability practices and explore new ways to co-create approaches for support and regenerative conversations with fellow participants. This course introduces the ideas underpinning H3Uni’s work and supports you in an ongoing collaboration with a wide network of fellow explorers.
Over seven weeks, you will participate in seven two-hour sessions to learn the basics of these methods, tools, and skills. This is an opportunity to actively transform your thinking capacity.
The course sessions are each made up of the following components:
- In-session explanation and dialogue with your hosts.
- Facilitated exercises to apply the concepts and methods.
- Feedback discussion and coaching using Zoom break-outs.
- Learning assignments between sessions.
- An asynchronous chat forum for course members with occasional coaching input
- Introduction to the H3Uni Resource Library and wider H3Uni learning network.
These frameworks are interconnected and developed in response to previous student learning. The participation is restricted to 24 individuals to enable interaction, distinguishing it from a typical webinar or lecture. The sessions incorporate visual facilitation and engagement to develop relationships across the group.
To make this possible we recommend you participate with a large screen with as high a resolution screen as possible. Course participation by mobile phone may not support the bandwidth for pattern thinking so a computer or large tablet is recommended.