|[Online Event] Nov 5 :: 4 PM-6 PM Eastern :: Discernment as an Essential Skill for Community Living||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Neil Planchon (neilswansway.com)|
|Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2020 14:36:10 -0800 (PST)|
Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC) presents…. Event: Discernment as an Essential Skill for Community Living When: November 5 @ 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT Where: Virtual Conference (Zoom!) Price: $10 - $48 The Power of Discernment – and why it’s hard. Discernment is a neglected skill, often confused with judgment or being mean to others. As we work with groups we are often asked questions about what they should do and find ourselves answering, “could be a few different things.” That’s because life is complex, and many lives coming together like they do in groups, even more so. Firm answers of the “right way” and the “wrong way” are rare in relationships, which is why we must become good at discerning the most effective action given the current needs. During this interactive workshop, co-authors of the newly released Cooperative Culture Handbook, Yana Ludwig and Karen Gimnig, will unpack why we need to develop our discernment skills to use for everything from membership processes to clarifying and balancing values to decision-making. This session will also include some exercises from the book and plenty of Q&A time. Find out more and register here https://www.ic.org/event/discernment/ In case you cannot make the live event, you’ll still receive the session recording! And link to Cooperative Culture Handbook https://www.ic.org/cooperative-culture/ Cordially, Neil Events team volunteer. Cohousing Association Steering Committee. Cohousing Research Network Co-Director. Foundation for Intentional Community Co-Developer and Founding Owner. Swan’s Market Cohousing
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