Mapping and Weaving Networks

Submitted by lrykert on September 8, 2014 - 9:35am
Grow your capacity to make essential relationships & social networks visible - Sept. 15 & 16 in Toronto

Connections and relationships are key to unleashing innovation and amplifying your abiility to reach more people, more deeply. Whether you are a non-profit, a for-profit, a network or an individual, the practice of network mapping and weaving  will help you build the skills and values you need to work in new ways. 

  • Learn methods for catalyzing, supporting and “weaving” networks - existing or brand new.  
  • Practice ways to renew and re-energize the movements and networks you are part of. 
  • Learn to recognize and nurture the patterns of self-organizing. 
  • Uncover ways to get resources, skills and knowledge flowing equitably through the networks you belong to or are building.

Workshop Leaders June Holley, Network Weaver Extraordinaire - Author & Researcher on Networks and Network Leadership and long-time colleague Liz Rykert, Complexity Inspired Facilitator, Coach and Animator will engage participants in a high energy 2-day learning event that will have you practicing skills and methods you will walk out the door with - ready to shift your work into high gear.

When:  September 15th and 16th, 2014                        

Time:    9:00AM to 4:00PM on both

Where: 585 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON 

All participants will receive a copy of the Network Weaver Handbook. Refreshments and lunch on both days is included.  This event is being organized by: Center for Social Innovation (CSI),  Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN), Meta StrategiesHealth NexusRural Ontario Institute (ROI)

Register Now!