Ongoing Facilitator Training - November 2021


OFT Agenda: An offering from Pru at Deep Democracy

Outline: A gift to invite you to have a supportive pause, a nature-connection based refresh, check-in and connect with yourselves, each other, and your climate action.

Pru Gell will co-host a 'Refresh, Connect and Reset' session with friends to gift C4C people a really special experience (as we near-ish the end of this wild year) to have a supportive pause, a nature-connection based refresh, check in with and connect with themselves, each other, and their climate action.

 From this Refresh, Connect and Reset session you’ll experience exercises to:

  1. Calm your mind and body and take a genuine pause from the busy of the day to day so that fresh ways to take next steps can be surfaced and found
  2. Feel more connected to the natural world and other people and draw on the intelligence and resilience of the natural world. You’ll be invited to hop outside for a small portion of the session to help with this (even onto your balcony or into your backyard) 
  3. Have a clearer sense of how to stay engaged in climate action into in ways that are regenerative (aka) you’re able to engage in ways that keep filling up your cup and that feel good

After supporting climate action of many kinds by facilitating dialogues and conflict transformation for climate organisations over the years, Pru feels that people need and deserve the kind of support that this session offers. 

While this session is to support you, maybe you'll experience an exercise that you may like to invite people you facilitate to do outside of one your Climate Conversations?

We'd love to see you all at the session, please RSVP below.

You can also book into other upcoming OFT's here!

November 10, 2021 at 7:00pm - 9pm
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Melbourne, VIC
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Lisa Whiston · · 0403264365
Lisa Whiston

Will you come?

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all Elders, past and present.