Managing a Future Search: 9-11 October 2024A Learning Workshop with Sandra Janoff and Michael Donnelly

A Workshop for Business, Non-Profit & Public Sector Leaders, Managers, Consultants and Facilitators

Are you ready to unleash the collective creativity of your organization or community to shape a brighter future? Become a Certified Future Search leader/ facilitator and guide others through this powerful, participatory planning methodology.

NOTICE:
The Training is part of a series of 3 Future Search events taking place from 9 – 17 October 2024. Find a print friendly overview here.

See also the related, following workshop on P-10 Facilitation on 14/15 October 2024
and the Future Search Learning Exchange on 16/17 October 2024

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This is a masterclass that will deepen your practice, influence how you work with diverse groups and have more satisfying outcomes while doing less.

 

What is Future Search?

Future Search is a unique and engaging approach to strategic planning, based on proven principles, that brings together diverse stakeholders to create a shared vision for the future. This highly interactive process fosters dialogue, encourages creativity, and drives action.

Why Learn Future Search?

  • Become a Catalyst for Change: Engage the diversity of your community in meaningful conversations and actions
  • Harness Collective Wisdom: Tap into diverse perspectives to take on and implement innovative solutions
  • Drive Strategic Action: Develop actionable plans to achieve shared goals and aspirations
  • Join an active Community of Practitioners who have 30 years of history of implementing Future Searches across the world in diverse settings

Who Should Attend?

  • Leaders, managers, and planners who seek a collaborative approach to strategic planning.
  • Facilitators and trainers who want to expand their skill set and enhance their facilitation toolkit.
  • Anyone passionate about creating a more sustainable and equitable future.
  • Leaders working to integrate DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) as part of their work

What You Will Gain:

  • In-depth understanding of Future Search principles and practices.
  • Hands-on experience planning, designing and facilitating a Future Search.
  • Proven techniques for fostering dialogue, generating ideas, and establishing common ground.
  • Strategies for embedding Future Search into your organization’s planning processes.
  • Strategies for overcoming challenges and achieving success.

Join Us and Become a Certified Future Search Facilitator

Enroll in our comprehensive Future Search facilitator training course and gain the skills and confidence to lead your team or organization towards a brighter future.

Limited seats available.

Register today!

Who are Your Trainers?

Sandra Janoff, PhD co-developed the principle-based methodology called Future Search, a process used world-wide to get the “whole system” focusing on the future and creating values-based action strategies. Sandra’s work has had global, national, regional and local influence on an array of complex social and economic issues, such as: Creating a future for children living in the midst of war in Sudan; Creating a more welcoming Europe for people on the move; Enabling equitable maternal care across the United States; Redesigning global process in corporations such as IKEA and Haworth for environmental and economic sustainability; Addressing disaster risk reduction in the southern hemisphere with UNDP; and building communities in many parts of the world that were previously torn apart by racism, sectarianism, economic blight, loss of traditional values and severe health and well-being inequities.

Sandra is Director of Future Search Network, a worldwide network of practitioners dedicated to work with communities anywhere in the world for whatever people can afford. She is co-author of Future Search, Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There! and Lead More, Control Less. She was honored with the 2016 Organization Development Network’s Lifetime Achievement Award. At home, she cuddles with the cutest (covid) puppies ever. Marv Weisbord is Director Emeritus of Future Search Network. Marv’s new, fabulous career is making music – playing piano with his jazz group, writing songs and producing live performances in his residential community.

Michael Donnelly
Michael is Co-Director of Future Search Network. He lives in Northern Ireland and has worked across boundaries with Future Search for over 20 years, bringing different levels of the system into dialogue and coherence. He has facilitated whole system processes with non-profits, Local Government, Central Government, and International Organizations on issues of social change like Suicide Prevention, Mental Health, and Peace Building. He has worked on legacy of violence dialogues with Victims and Survivor Groups. He co-designed Future Search in Virtual Space with Sandra Janoff. FSVS is the process that brings the entire Future Search process online. At home he is a keen grower, bee-keeper, cyclist, and community activist on climate action.

Contact:

mdonnelly@futuresearch.net,
sjanoff@futuresearch.net
, fsn@futuresearch.net
Sandra Janoff on Linkedin
Michael Donnelly on Linkedin
Future Search on Linkedin

Dates

9 – 11 October 2024

Wednesday, 8:30 am – 6 pm
Thursday, 8:30 am – 6 pm
Friday, 8:30 am – 1 pm

Where: Beach Mitte , Caroline-Michaelis-Str. 8, D – 10115 Berlin

Who should attend?

The Workshop is for Business, Non-Profit & Public Sector Leaders, Managers, Consultants and Facilitators.
Teaching will be done in English.

 

Fees

Corporate fee: € 3.600 (plus 19% VAT)
Discounted fee: € 2.100 (plus 19% VAT) for non-profit organizations and self-payers

Register till End of May 2024 as Early Bird and save 10% on Workshops!

Discounted scholarship places are available on request for students, young professionals or people in special economic situations.
Please contact us!

Tuition includes a copy of the book, Future Search: Getting the Whole System in the Room for Vision, Commitment and Action, by Marvin Weisbord and Sandra Janoff, workshop materials, lunch and breaks.