Sustained Dialogue Facilitation Training
Reid Hall, Room 124
A Facilitation Training
Free and Open to the MSU Community!
The Sustained Dialogue Facilitation Training is a FREE training to build your skills in identity awareness, relationship building, and facilitation. Sustained Dialogue Campus Network Trainer Jennifer Batton will engage attendees in facilitation skill development as well as deepen attendees' understanding of identity in the context of power, privilege and oppression. All attendees will walk away with a basic understanding of identity as well as techniques for moderating dialogue. This training provides attendees with the skill sets to succeed in our increasingly diverse workforce and communities.
Upon completing this training, attendees may choose to continue their involvement with Sustained Dialogue by participating in a year-long Facilitation Certification program.
Register today at http://msusd.weebly.com/trainings.html! This training is free and is open to all MSU students, faculty, or staff members. Breakfast and lunch will be provided over the weekend.
Sustained Dialogue at MSU is comprised of students, faculty and staff who come together to thoughtfully dialogue about difference, similarity, and social change. By participating in engaged dialogue, the aim is to promote holistic understanding by bridging gaps between traditionally opposing groups. Sustained conversations encourage and embrace diversity, resulting in actions that are deliberate, thoughtful, and enduring. This group is part of a larger network called Sustained Dialogue Campus Network.
For more information about Sustained Dialogue, visit http://msusd.weebly.com/index.html or call 994-5801.
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