Design Better Meetings for Family, Colleagues, and Community
At our core, humans are social beings. Research shows that our connections with others are as important to keeping us healthy as good nutrition and exercise.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our ability to gather at a time when we need connections more than ever. While technology offers video meetings to continue with business and stay in touch with our networks, truly successful interactions can’t be achieved by just clicking a link. Forging true connections is not just a matter of gathering people together, but of gathering them wisely.
At 21/64 we understand that gathering wisely is an art form and has been a practice of ours for nearly 20 years. It requires building trust, clarifying the purpose of working together, listening and creating healthy process for dialogue, and support for each other's efforts and aspirations.
Join us for an interactive workshop that will help you acquire a proven framework to lead gatherings that reflect purposeful intention, create more robust participation and take your facilitation skills to the next level.
Purpose: To learn an approach and new skills for facilitating meaningful gatherings, both online and off.
- Gain an awareness of the role you can play to bring ideas into action
- Learn a design framework for intentional gatherings
- Practice new skills to use before, during and after gatherings you lead
- Develop new techniques for facilitating group dialogue online and off
- Convene among a diverse set of peers
$250 per person.
Hirsch & Associates, LLC Philanthropic Advisors
Grant Philanthropic Advisors
Partner/Wealth Advisor, Brightworth
Family Wealth Dynamics
Lisa Morrison, Chief, Annual Development
UJA Federation of Greater Toronto
Heather Sherwin, VP for Development
Central Carolina Community Foundation
Mo H. Baldwin, Owner
Adeo Strategy Partners
Executive Director, Dorrance Family Foundation
Director, Development Strategy, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation