Module Facilitation and Dialogue

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Key course details

Location Ambleside
Duration Part-time, 3 Days
Start date 17-19 June 2019
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It can be said that building, growing and managing relationships is one of the key leadership practices of our times. How we relate to others, help our people and partners come together with shared purpose and process, our ability to ‘hold’ a team together through difficult, complex and challenging situations and help them navigate through to a better place  - these are some practices that form the art of facilitation.

Facilitation & Dialogue (Skills for Leading Teams) is about developing this art. The course looks at some of the underpinning processes around how people work together. Drawing on a mix of theories, philosophies and lived examples, with a focus on group psychodynamics and critical leadership studies.

Ambleside, the location of the 3 day residential (17-19 June 2019), has a rich heritage of cutting edge educational starting with Charlotte Mason and Harriet Martineau’s influential writing and actions in the 19th century, continuing through the 20th century with teacher training and on to outdoor experiential and post-experiential pedagogies of today. Our practice on the course reflects the Ambleside way, working with experiential intercultural learning processes and seating itself firmly in the stunning cultural landscape of the Lake District.

The module also forms part of the Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) in Sustainable Leadership. If you wish to gain academic credits (20 credits at Level 7) take the course and add submit a portfolio of work for assessment before September 2018.

Course options

Accredited module
This course is available as an accredited level 7 module, which means you'll earn academic credits at masters level. If you choose this option, you will have to complete mandatory self-led study and an assignment. Apply now

Stand alone short course
The short course option is non-credit bearing. At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate of attendance. Apply now