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Facilitation, Change Management and Conflict Resolution in the Arts

- A professional development workshop
posted on 8:28 AM, October 18, 2009
Arts Consultants Canada/Consultants canadiens en arts (ACCA), and the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) are pleased to present a professional development workshop,

Facilitation, Change Management and Conflict Resolution in the Arts

When an arts consultant is asked to facilitate group consensus on fundamental questions of institutional mission, organizational direction and/or governance-management structures, there are often deeper issues involved. 

A simple group mission review process requires facilitation skills.  Reconsidering organizational direction can require diagnostic skills. Resolving governance and management differences can require mediation skills. 

An understanding of facilitation techniques, change management theory and conflict resolution principles are fundamental to successful arts consulting. Join us for an introduction to these three areas. 

Panelists:          
  • Sibyl Frei – Facilitation
  • Rebecca Cann – Change Management
  • Janis Barlow – Conflict Resolution

Date: Friday, November 27, 2009  1:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Toronto, Room 304
Fee: ACCA & PACT Members - $35; Non-members - $50
Students - $25 rush seats only after November 23rd

To register, please make cheques payable to ‘Arts Consultants Canada’ and mail to 44 Charles Street West, Suite 5005, Toronto, ON M4Y 1R8.  

Members also have the option of registering online at www.artsconsultants.ca

Please note the session will be presented in English. 

For more information: email info@artsconsultants.ca or telephone (416) 921-0208.  

Arts Consultants Canada/Consultants canadiens en arts (ACCA) is a peer vetted association for consultants working in the arts and cultural sector in Canada.  With a head office in Toronto, ACCA is currently developing a network of members across the country working in Canada’s official languages.  Please visit www.artsconsultants.ca for further details. Applications from established consultants are both encouraged and welcomed.


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