IGFT April 2019

January 25, 2019

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I-Group Facilitation Training (IGFT)
When: April 13-14, 22019
Where: Camp Winadu, Pittsfield, MA
Estimated CCP cost:  $315

I-Group Facilitation is the art of directing a process in which a man discovers a deeper truth about himself, others, and the world. In the IGFT we explore how to pace facilitation, ask good questions, and practice skills for developing powerful intuition. Over the two days you will have an opportunity to practice your facilitation skills in eight processes, being the facilitator, being facilitated and being an observer.

Do you want be a better facilitator and strengthen the facilitation game in your I-Group?
Then this  Next Level Training is for you.

The certified instructor is John Hunter from the Norcal community, one of the co-creators of the IGFT.

Your training fee will include food and lodging Friday and Saturday night (Friday for men that are travelling a distance to get to the training).

Register and pay the $150 deposit to hold your spot:

For questions about registration contact Mike McAssey, mmac93@msn.com401-636-3752

For other questions about the training contact Andy Breeding, andy.breeding@gmail.com,  617-974-2468

This is a CCP Event, Make your CCP contribution below:

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