We hold workshops on the following topics:

Building Consensus: Engaging Diversity

Invest in a process that brings people together for collaboration and ownership of decisions. Consensus building techniques bring out the best thinking of any group on shared concerns, and generates greater commitment to the decision made. Learn the attitudes, practices and skills that are essential for consensus building. More detail >>

Clerking with Joy and Confidence

The facilitator (or clerk in a Quaker process) is the person designated to lead a group in the consensus process. Facilitators will learn how to keep a group focused on the issue at hand and on learning from each other. Practice skills in handling conflict, dissent and integrating differences for a true consensus. More detail >>

Friendly Consensus for Teens and Teachers

Teens in middle and high school learn the values and practices that are the foundation of a consensus decision process. This workshop is interactive and uses dynamic demonstrations to engage students in learning the skills to move beyond majority rule. Teachers and youth leaders can participate in separate leader training workshops and in the workshops with teens. More detail>>

Facilitating Sustainable Agreements

The facilitator is the person designated to enable a group to work effectively for sustainable agreements. Facilitators learn how to keep a group focused on the issue at hand and on learning from each other. Skills in handling conflict, dissent and integrating differences for a true consensus are demonstrated and practiced. More detail>>


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