Facilitator’s Exchange SIG: Exploring Multiple Paths to Breakthrough Thinking

  • Tuesday, August 29, 2017
  • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Eloise May Library 1471 S. Parker Road Denver, CO 80231
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ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter's

Facilitator’s Exchange Special Interest Group


Exploring Multiple Paths to Breakthrough Thinking

facilitated by

Nancy Lee Ashworth and Ann Epps


Tuesday, August 29, 2017           


4:30 - 6:30 PM


Eloise May Library

1471 S. Parker Road 

Denver, CO 80231


$10.00  includes refreshments


Nancy Lee Ashworth and Ann Epps are pleased to present a workshop to the Facilitator Exchange they have facilitated for IAF (International Association of Facilitators) conferences in the US and Canada.  The workshop provides participants with a range of creativity and innovation tools and techniques, problem-solving tools, and a framework in which to apply the tools and techniques.

Join us to create an environment where everyone can participate and learn from one another to maximize the learning exchange. The workshop features a variety of experiential methods, joint discovery, small and large group discussion, and the use of multiple innovative tools.

Participants will receive a handout with tools designed to assist them in facilitating their own clients to achieve breakthrough thinking.

About the Facilitators:

Ann Epps

Ann is one of the originators and mentor trainers of the Technology of Participation (ToPÒ) facilitation and strategic planning processes used internationally. Ann has served as consultant, trainer, and facilitator to business, government, academic, and volunteer organizations in Asia, Europe, and North America. She specializes in the areas of group process facilitation, facilitator training, creative and strategic thinking, and leadership development. She is a founding member of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) as well as an IAF Certified Professional Facilitator and Assessor.  Ann was named to the inaugural IAF Hall of Fame in 2014. email: annsepps@gmail.com

Nancy Lee Ashworth

Nancy is an Organizational Development consultant and executive coach who enjoys helping clients achieve business results in complex, changing environments. She specializes in global/virtual teams, leadership development, strategic planning and organizational change. Nancy directed OD and training for Hewlett-Packard, Marriott International, and large healthcare systems where she developed leaders from director level to the C-suite in Europe, North America and Asia. As an expert facilitator for Breakthrough Learning, Nancy works with global clients using the game board simulation “Friday Night at the ER”. She is an ICF Certified Professional Coach and an Executive Coach assessor. email: nancy.lee.ashworth@gmail.com

Questions? Contact fac-exchange@atdrmc.org.

The Facilitator's Exchange is a Special Interest Group (SIG) of ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter.

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