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The Workshop Book (PDF)

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Publisher: New Society Publishers
Pub. Date: 2002-10-01
ISBN: 9781550923728
Format: Digital - 160 pages
Size: 7.25" x 9" (w x h)
BISAC: EDUCATION / Decision-Making & Problem Solving

The Workshop Book (PDF)

From Individual Creativity to Group Action

Increasingly, people working in teams face complex issues that need resolving in an efficient, participatory manner that honors the group's diverse perspectives and individual creativity. The Workshop Book outlines the best practices of the workshop method, based on the Institute for Cultural Affair's Technology of ParticipationTM, and its use in consensus formation, planning, problem solving and research. It also discusses workshop preparation and design, leadership styles, dealing with difficult behaviors, and special applications such as its use in large groups and for planning purposes.

About the Author

R. Brian Stanfield was an inspired leader, who spent years helping others to become the same. As well as his decades of experience as an educator and researcher, he held the position of Director of Publications at the Canadian Institute of Cultural Affairs for many years. Brian was the author of 5 books focusing on the qualities required for successful progressive leadership and group facilitation, including The Workshop Book, The Art of Focused Conversation and The Courage to Lead.



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