This is where I list upcoming public classes and workshops focused on individual facilitation tools and approaches when I have such workshops scheduled.

I have three public workshops currently scheduled:

Building Mutual Respect and Trust Workshop

Mutual respect and trust are essential parts of healthy and productive work/team environments, but how do we create that? Learn concrete tools for cultivating trust and respect as a foundation for nurturing successful work/team relationships.

Logistics: Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at PCC’s CLIMB Center in inner SE (near OMSI), room 307. The cost is $29.

Pre-registration is required. To register, go to and use CRN 16780.

Dates for Spring Workshops at PCC

I am teaching two workshops at PCC this spring term. Locations are yet to be determined but in case you want to mark your calendars, they will be:

  • Moving from Complaints to Collaboration on Thursday April 18th from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
    Complaints – our own and other people’s – feel like burdens and shut us down. Learn simple, effective ways to shift your own approach, and your organization, team, or relationship, from a dynamic of complaint to a dynamic of collaboration.
  • Running Focused, Engaged Meetings on Thursday, May 2nd from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
    What drives you crazy in meetings? What do you wish you could change in the meetings you run, or participate in? This workshop combines lively presentations on useful tools and practices with Q & A and highly interactive exercises based on actual challenges experienced by participants.

You can register for these workshops once the spring schedule is out in February. I look forward to seeing you.

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Create Your Own Workshop

If you and five (or more) other people would like a workshop, in your home or workplace or mine, or if your group would like a workshop at an event, I’d love to talk to you.  I offer many different workshops in a variety of formats and lengths.

Some recent workshops include:

  • Tools for Getting Unstuck
  •  Creative Problem Solving
  • Playing Big: Stepping into the Energy of Change
  • Taming Your Inner Critic
  • Creating Your New Year

The person who hosts gets to come for free.  Costs vary depending on the length of the workshop and the size of the group.

Want a taste of what a workshop with me is like?  You can listen to podcasts of the one-hour workshops I have offered as part of the Multnomah County Library’s Lunch and Learn series:

If you have questions about workshops, or if you want to host a workshop or be put on a waiting list for when a workshop forms, please contact me.

I also provide workshops and training specifically designed for organizations.  You’ll find information on organizational workshops here.

“This work moves energy quickly – feels simple and meaningful”
~Barbara Meyer, Ph.D, Coming Home to Your Body

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