We empower organizations by creating opportunities for people to hear and respect each other. When this is so, both work-flow and the experience of satisfaction in work improves. Demonstrably. This may seem a simplistic and obvious statement, but for the most part it does not happen in organisations. Our mission is to teach and demonstrate that thoughtful facilitation frees people to be both responsible and creative in their work environment. These are skills that can be learned and used to make meetings work and work well.
*NEW* TIME TO THINK FOUNDATION COURSE
26th & 27th February 2020 - Johannesburg - Venue: Campbell House
about the TIME TO THINK FOUNDATION COURSE
Practical Applications of The Ten Components of a Thinking Environment®
Action is only as good as the thinking behind it. Thinking is only as good as the way we treat each other while we are thinking.
On the Foundation Programme you will learn ten proven behaviours and many applications for generating superb thinking in individuals and in groups. How do you facilitate collective intelligence in the work environment? How do you free people to be responsible, creative and independent in their thinking?
Through input, practice and observation, the Foundation Course generates a quality of learning that is immediately applicable.
space is limited to 10 participants
email us to enquire or ring 082 783 1498
TIME TO THINK FACILITATOR ACCREDITATION
Prerequisite, is the Time To Think - Foundation Course, also , not essential, but highly recommended, is completing the TTT Partnership Programme.
The Facilitator Course, plus successful completion of the Practicum following, accredits you as a Time To Think Facilitator.
The Facilitator Course (2 days+1 day following) teaches you how to professionally present the Eight Applications of the Thinking Environment that are explored on the Foundation Course.
The Eight Applications are comprised of:
The Four Building Blocks
Office: +27 21 434 3050 Cell: +27 82 783 1498
You may be interested in the Penguin book on Team Coaching edited by Helena Dolny featuring chapters by some of South Africa's top team coaches, including Maryse Barak.
SA FM interview
Maryse in conversation with presenter Nancy Richards about the impact when we learn to listen to each other. To listen to this 12 minute interview, click HERE.