August 28, 2014


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MAFN ANNOUNCES 2014-2015 DC FACILITATOR WORKSHOP SERIES

10-Session Series Offers Fresh Ideas, New Tools & Approaches to Improve Facilitation Skills 


WASHINGTON, DC – Consultants, managers, and coaches within organizations who use facilitation in their work will have the opportunity to gain some new skills and insights from MAFN’s signature DC Workshop Series beginning September 26, 2014. Featuring speakers from around the country and the Mid-Atlantic Region, the sessions will cover a wide range of topics from an overview of organizational development tools to marketing and promoting facilitation to building cultural competency to Clean Language and Systemic Modeling to using data to drive conversations that lead to change to harnessing the creative force of resistance.


The series consists of 10, three-hour interactive sessions that are designed for continuing education and skills development. The sessions support the profession’s core competencies as outlined by the International Association of Facilitators (IAF).


“MAFN’s Workshop Series brings together people from across the region who are interested in honing their skills as facilitators, whether they are consultants, trainers or working in-house at their organizations. MAFN is a dynamic and collaborative learning community and the workshop series offers a rare opportunity to connect with peers and develop new skills in facilitation on a regular basis,” said Michael Randel, CPF, and Chairman of MAFN.


Registration for the 2014-2015 workshop series is now open. The cost for the full series is for $325 for MAFN members and $500 for non-members, with an early-bird discount available for members only until September 5. A listing of the sessions offered in the series is attached. To
register, visit www.mafn.org.



About MAFN

MAFN is a vibrant, inclusive, and growing community of successful facilitators who continuously teach and learn innovative practices, and foster professionalism and credibility of our work with clients, organizations, and facilitators throughout the region and beyond. With members from the Mid-Atlantic States and across the US, MAFN provides opportunities for members to enhance their skills, expertise, and professionalism as facilitators; connect with, support, and learn from colleagues; expand business skills, connections, and opportunities to facilitate; and promotes the value of professional facilitation. For more information, visit www.mafn.org.


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