Specified non-profit organization (NPO) Japan Facilitation Association Japan Facilitation Association “Facilitation events held in three cities nationwide”

Specified non-profit organization (NPO corporation) Japan Facilitation Association
[Japan Facilitation Association] “Facilitation events held in 3 cities nationwide”
Information on facilitation events held in Sendai, Nagoya, and Amagasaki
The Japan Facilitation Association (office: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, chairman: Noriko Takemoto), a non-profit organization, will hold facilitation events in Sendai, Nagoya, and Amagasaki from February to March 2023. increase. (3 cities total capacity about 350 people) Both workshop events are open to everyone, from inexperienced facilitators to veterans, regardless of occupation or age.
●Details of events in each city
[Tohoku area (Sendai City)]
“”What do you mean by discussing? ! The password is “Facilitation”! ! ~ A single pen can change the conversation! Sayonara to the useless meeting~”
This event is especially recommended for those who want to improve their communication and discussions, those who are new to
facilitation, and those who want to spread facilitation. In a world where there are various changes such as the spread of digital tools and the corona crisis, let’s experience the importance and enjoyment of talking face-to-face!
Date: February 5, 2023 (Sun) 10:30-17:00 (reception starts at 10:00) Venue: War Reconstruction Memorial Hall 5F (2-12-1 Omachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai City) Guest: Chonseiko
Participation fee: General 2,500 yen / FAJ member 2,000 yen / Student 1,000 yen / Free for high school students and younger
Application: https://tohoku-faj-20230205event.peatix.com/
[Chubu District (Nagoya City)]
“Flat Discussion Created by Everyone ~Thinking from Examples of Class Meetings and Family Dialogues~”
Taichi Fukami’s “Class Meeting” and Naoki Hirayama’s “Family Dialogue”, which are related to facilitation, will be taken up. Date: March 21, 2023 (Tuesday) 10:00-16:30 (reception starts at 9:30) Venue: Nagoya International Center Hall Annex (1-47-22 Nagano, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya)
Guest: Taichi Fukami/Naoki Hirayama
Venue participation fee (all programs): General 2,500 yen / FAJ members 2,000 yen / College students 1,000 yen / High school students and younger free (*Early bird discount available)
Online participation fee (morning session only): General, FAJ members, university students: 1,000 yen / Free for high school students and younger
Application: https://chubu-event-20230321.peatix.com/view
[Kansai area (Amagasaki City)]
What do you mean by “speak properly”? what can i do ~Watch and discuss the movie “Kodomo Kaigi”~ (provisional)
The children’s efforts to express their opinions and feelings are recorded in the movie “Kodomo Kaigi”. In today’s world of social problems, are we adults really able to “discuss” to solve them? After the screening of the movie “Children’s Kaigi”, we will hold an event to reconsider “proper discussion” and how we can make the most of facilitation. We invited Tomo Gota, Masato Tahara, and Ken Okamoto, directors of the movie “Children’s Kaigi”, to discuss “properly discussing” from their respective perspectives, and then “properly discussing” with all participants. We will challenge the theme “Otonakaigi”!
Date: March 5, 2023 (Sun) 10:30-17:00
Venue: Amagasaki Small Business Center (2-6-68 Showadori, Amagasaki) Guest: Tomo Gota/Ken Okamoto/Masato Tahara
Participation fee: General (regular 4,000 yen, early bird 3,500 yen) / FAJ members (regular 3,500 yen, early bird 3,000 yen) / university students 550 yen / high school students and younger free
Application (scheduled to open in late January):
Contact: kansai-member@fajmem.org
■Overview of the event
Each event outline is subject to change without notice. For details, please see the application page for each event.
■NPO Japan Facilitation Association
Established in August 2003 and certified as a non-profit organization (NPO) by the Cabinet Office in January 2004. A private non-profit organization created with the aim of spreading and establishing facilitation through facilitation surveys and research, facilitator education, collaborative process support, and facilitator exchanges. Through nearly 20 years of activities, we have produced many talented people who are active in the field of facilitation, and have accumulated wisdom and experience that can be utilized in the field. Currently, there are 19 regional organizations and 5 theme-based organizations nationwide, and it is one of the world’s largest facilitation organizations with over 1,000 members.
■ Japan Facilitation Association Tokyo Office
3-12-8 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0051
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