july, 2021

29jul12:00 pm1:30 pm[Open to All] Wake Up Your Meetings: An Introduction to Liberating StructuresWake Up Your Meetings: An Introduction to Liberating Structures - Presented in partnership with 21/64

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Have you experienced nightmare meetings? The one where you’re guiding a group and only the one brave soul participates? Or the brain ”storm” that barely creates a puddle? What about the leisurely stroll through an agenda without a clear actionable decision in sight?

Well, don’t go to sleep scared.  Come experience a new set of tools to make your facilitated meetings more fun and more effective (dare we say “dreamy”?). 

This workshop will orient you to Liberating Structures, a repertoire of 33 different facilitation methods developed using natural learning methods and complexity theory. These techniques quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone.

By employing Liberating Structures methods virtually or in-person, gatherings become seriously playful and deeply engaging, leading to meaningful results. You’ll walk away with a new perspective on meetings and a few simple tools to wake up your own meetings.

This workshop is free and open to all, however your support helps us continue to offer great programming for the field and build effective, ethical, equitable philanthropy. If you would like to donate, please do so here.

Register today!

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Troy Bush-DiDonato serves as the Community Engagement Officer for the Episcopal Health Foundation, where he implements EHF’s community engagement strategy through capacity building training with community partners, grant partners, and congregations. Troy’s career has traversed many sectors including the public schools, healthcare, community research, and philanthropy.  A native of Houston, Troy, is a founding member and past Chair of the Houston-area Suicide Prevention Coalition and is currently serving on the Board for the Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative.  He is active in the 12 step recovery movement and the LGBTQ community. Troy holds a Bachelor of Science from Stephen F. Austin State University. For more biographical information, please see LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/troy-bush-didonato-760a04ab/ 

Lynda Frost, J.D, Ph.D., runs Lynfro Consulting, which is committed to helping foundations, nonprofits, and other agencies maximize their impact through clarifying mission-consistent goals, implementing effective programs, and optimizing internal operations. Lynda’s skills have been honed through 25+ years in the nonprofit sector working to improve health, human services, education, and criminal justice outcomes for vulnerable communities. She brings to her work a unique combination of deep content knowledge and innovative process skills. She is passionate about designing fair and effective processes to reach each client’s goals, and is recognized for facilitating effective in-person and virtual meetings that inspire participants and deliver results. Lynda grounds her approach in years of experience with agencies seeking change on key social determinants of health. She has worked with these organizations as a funder, technical assistance provider, and board member and has a decades-long record of getting things done. 

For more biographical information, please see LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lyndaefrost/  

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(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

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