Toni Spencer, with course participants, will hold an interactive evening giving a flavour of the current course, Ecological Facilitation: A gritty and creative approach to Leadership Regretfully Jenny Mackewn will now not be at this Open Evening, but she will be at next week’s, on 21st March.
Jenny regularly leads, facilitates and catalyses sustainable change in corporate, community and academic settings. She is a creative-catalyst in limitednowhere and is a visiting fellow at the Centre for Action Research in Professional Practice (CARPP) where she was director of a unique programme in facilitation as a form of action research. She has written a chapter in the Sage Handbook of Action Research on facilitation and leadership as forms of action inquiry , and is a national trainer for the Transition Towns and Cities movement. She is currently co-creating a programme about developing resilience in organisations.
Toni developed and taught on the innovative Schumacher Certificate in Education For Sustainability, designing, facilitating and teaching on the course using a wide variety of facilitation techniques and approaches. She has also co-designed and run a number of Schumacher Short Courses. Alongside this she is a freelance facilitator elsewhere including Embercombe and Transition Town Totnes. She is also engaged in a re-emerging art practice and a growing practice as a wild food forager and teacher. She holds a BA in Fine Art and a MSc in Responsibility and Business Practice. Previous professional work has been with organisations including Goldsmiths, as a Lecturer in Eco Design, Forum For the Future, the Social Venture Network, Attainable Utopias, Wallpaper* Magazine as one of the founding editorial team, and Wink Media. Toni’s facilitation and coaching practice is fed by both professional and personal experience in the fields of Art and Eco Design, embodiment practices, The Work That Reconnects, Deep Ecology, Permaculture and new social ventures.
Venue: Schumacher College – The Old Postern
Date: March 14, 2012
Time: 8pm – 10pm
Entrance: £4.00 / £3.00 concessions.