- This event has passed.
Circle Training with Jennifer Ball
April 16, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - April 19, 2015 @ 4:00 pm$325
April 16-19th, 2015
Inner Transition is pleased to be bringing to Guelph, Jennifer Ball PhD, RPP, MCIP. Jennifer is an international facilitator and Circle Trainer, with experience in North America, Australia and Southern Africa. An Adjunct Professor at the University of Guelph and co-author of Doing Democracy with Circles: Engaging Communities in Public Planning.
Join us in circle for a three and half days of a full immersion in the tradition of Talking Circles, which Indigenous people all over the world have used for millennia.
Circle is a powerful tool for bringing people together to understand one another, hear diverse voices, strengthen bonds, make decisions, solve problems, support and learn form one another, create spaces for healing and build community through shared stories and experiences.
Gathering in circles helps us transition from our current paradigm of centralized power to one of shared leadership in which everyone contributes to the collective wisdom.
The use of Circle can help people solve complex emotionally charged, or otherwise intractable conflicts by offering a safe and supportive space in which to encourage honest communication and for all voices to be heard.
Thursday, April 16, 6:00 – 9:00pm
Friday, April 17, 9:00- 5:00pm
Saturday, April 18, 9:00-5:00pm
Sunday, April 19, 9:00-4:00pm
Location: Rm 125 Landscape Architecture Building,
University of Guelph, 124 Reynolds Walk
The FREE space was provided by the The School of Environmental Design & Rural Development. (SEDRD) University of Guelph
- $285 early-bird rate before March 31
- $325.00 after March 31 (regularly $500.00)
BYO lunch, dishes & mug.
Participants are limited to 20 max. for this high value experience. Please register early to hold your space.
Further Inquires: contact Deborah Carson at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
More about the Circle Training:
In Circle Training, you will learn about the history, values, and philosophy of the Circle the structures, rituals, and applications of Circle how to plan and facilitate various types of Circles. Circle is for use in your families, schools, places of worship, neighbourhood groups, workplaces, volunteer organizations, social service agencies and just about anywhere else where people gather together with a common goal.
Join us and learn how!