THIS 4-DAY INTENSIVE TRAINING introduces a framework of communication and leadership practices—the Matrix Essentials™. You’ll learn to build groups and teams with a resilient relational infrastructure™ at the heart of everything they do. You’ll understand how these teams and organizations develop the capacity to function as self-organizing Matrix Leadership Networks™—in which the ‘leadership’ emerges from the collective intelligence of all members. You’ll learn to transform feedback into real-time investment in relationships and results. You’ll practice engaging with differences as resources rather than a source of division. You’ll experience the Matrix Group Dialogue Process™ as an alternative to conflict and divisiveness, and as a model of emergent decision-making. Read more...
Thursday, April 16, 10a-6p;
Friday, April 17, 10a-6p;
Saturday, April 18, 10a-6p;
Sunday, April 19, 10a-5pm
Trainers: Amina Knowlan, Ling Thio
Location: Berkeley, CA
$650 for registration by Sunday, March 8.
$750 for registration after Sunday, March 8.
$850 for registrations after Sunday, March 22.
We offer Group discounts and payment plans are available upon request.
A $100 deposit is required to reserve a place for this training.
For cancellations made by Sunday, March 8, the deposit minus a $50 processing fee is refundable. For cancellations made after Sunday, March 8 the deposit is non-refundable. Fifty percent may be applied to a future Matrix program occurring within 1 year of the originally scheduled event.
We look forward to your participation, so please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Matrix Leadership - 303-997-6176
The Matrix model creates such a web of expression, range, and intelligence in groups that I have never experienced before. I believe this work is so needed in the world in all areas, family, work, government, neighborhoods, schools, any community setting could use the Matrix model and go to dimensions never before explored, experienced or revealed. I look forward to the growth of this model in the world and the change it can make to human lives.
— Michelle Olson
San Francisco, CA