Mindful Facilitation Mastery Series
Rescheduled from 2022:
Saturday & Sunday, February 18-19, (note now two-day workshop!)
8:30 am - 12:30 pm Pacific time
$350 for 2-day session
Facilitated by Lee Mun Wah & Co-Facilitator
This Mindful Facilitation Mastery Series is an online training series that takes place on Saturdays throughout 2022. Each session will be using filmed vignettes and role plays to enhance your mindful facilitation skill sets. Each training will feature issues such as: What to Do When a Discriminatory Incident Occurs, How to Create Community, How to Have Courageous Conversations in the Classroom and Workplace, How to Facilitate Conflicts, and the Intersection of Mindful Facilitation and Group Process. You can attend one or all of them. The choice is yours.
We will utilize a myriad of vignettes dealing with race, gender, class, physical impairments, and BIPOC issues. In addition, the last part of each session will be reserved to work on private vignettes that participants are having difficulty with or need guidance on from the group’s vast wisdom and experience.
Vignettes and role plays will be drawn from Lee Mun Wah’s films: Stolen Ground, The Color of Fear, Last Chance for Eden, If These Halls Could Talk and from his writings: The Art of Mindful Facilitation, What Stands Between Us and Let’s Get Real.
Between sessions, participants will have the option to meet in groups to discuss suggested topics and as a way of creating a sense of community and support for each other.
Prerequisite: Must have attended Advanced Mindful Facilitation workshops: Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels.
Maximum: 25 participants
Online Only (Zoom)