Who is part of your group and who isn't? How do you make decisions? Is it working for you? This workshop explores how small groups can establish and improve systems to integrate people into the group and effectively make decisions. Topics covered include: membership types and different styles of decision-making, from hierarchy to consensus. This is essential information for any group, whether just starting out or well-established.
Date: Thursday, March 31st, 2016
Location: University of Toronto, OISE 252 Bloor St West
(exact room location to be confirmed closer to the date)
Trainer: Jessica Bell, M.Ed. works as a facilitator and trainer helping groups make great decisions. She also teaches advocacy at Ryerson University, and is the Executive Director of membership-based advocacy group, TTCriders. More information is at www.jessicabell.org.
Accessibiity: All workshops are held in wheelchair accessible rooms. The building includes single stall, gender neutral washrooms on some floors. More accessibility information will be made available once the room is confirmed.
Please contact: Brook at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information about the workshop.
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