Humans are constantly engaging in collective meaning-making. We tell each other stories about what is happening to create a shared reality. These stories hold the power to shift everyone’s focus and create new openings.
When we want to bring people together around a shared purpose, we can frame or reframe any situation with stories that invite more choice, connection, and integration. When we facilitate, these stories create a foundation for making decisions that care for everyone’s needs.
In this course, Roni offered a comprehensive introduction to developing framing awareness and skills. If you missed the live offering, we invite you to register to watch the FFI1 recordings.
You can learn how to:
For more information about the course see the original invitation below.
These recordings and materials are offered within a gift economy model to help move our society toward a needs-based distribution of resources.
This offering is a gift, and you are invited to contribute to our learning community’s sustainability so we can continue doing this work.
We invite you to contribute an amount that feels generous and financially sustainable for you. If you are not able to contribute any amount, please choose zero. It is totally ok to attend without paying anything. If you can contribute more, you will make the offerings more sustainable and more accessible to people who are not able to contribute as much.
We also welcome and appreciate any financial or other support you want to offer as a gift, unrelated to any specific offerings you may participate in.
Third Sundays June 19 2022 to January 22 2023, from 3 PM – 4:30 PM UTC | 5pm CEST | 8am PDT.
From November 20 onward, the time of the course will be 4 PM – 5:30 PM UTC.
June 19th 2022 – 3 PM – 4:30 PM UTC
July 17th 2022 – 3 PM – 4:30 PM UTC
August 21st 2022 – 3 PM – 4:30 PM UTC
September 18th 2022 – 3 PM – 4:30 PM UTC
October 16th 2022 – 3 PM – 4:30 PM UTC
November 20th 2022 – 4 PM – 5:30 PM UTC
December 18th 2022 – 4 PM – 5:30 PM UTC
January 22nd 2023 – 4 PM – 5:30 PM UTC
1. What is framing?
2. Noticing and unpacking
3. Choosing frames
4. Re-framing – Internal
5. Re-framing – External
6. Framing the CF process
7. Live practice
8. Integration and closing
Example of content:
If you would like to learn more about the history and applications of this process before attending the workshop, you can explore the Convergent Facilitation website.
I advocate for personal empowerment and social change through coaching, teaching, consulting, and activism. I enjoy sharing my passion and insights in diverse settings and scales, from small groups to large organizations. My life journey includes two decades of consulting focused on transforming collaboration practices, extensive work in technology projects and design, and an interdisciplinary degree in Psychology, Sociology, and Gender Studies. I offer fun and interactive workshops on topics ranging from process improvement and project planning to nonviolence, relationships, and sexual health. At other times, I may be found on the dance floor, at the beach, cuddling, playing games, engaging in deep conversations, writing an unpublished blog, and plotting global liberation. www.sundragonrising.com