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upcoming facilitation training, Blue Heron Sept. 27, 2012

From: Christian
Sent on: Sunday, June 24, 2012 10:08 AM

Upcoming opportunity to learn cooperative facilitation begins at Blue Heron on Sept. 27th


Brochure, Hosting Community Guidelines and Registration form can all be found at



From: Maria stawsky [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Sunday, June 24,[masked]:41 AM
To: Christian Stalberg
Subject: Re: Laird's Schaub facilitation training


Thank you, Christian. Answers below.

1) is the training definitely happening at blue heron or does there need to
be a minimum # of registered trainees in order for it to be a ''go''? We need a minimum of 12 students enrolled to make this a go. We have 5 participants registered so far. If we get 12, our first weekend of training will be at Blue Heron (Sept. 27, 2012)-regardless of how many trainees Blue Heron has in the class.

2) How many slots are available for outsiders? Presumably blue heron has
trainees in the class. Plenty available!

Forgive me if these questions are already answered in the material. I simply
skimmed it.


People interested can contact me directly via this e-mail address or my phone: (919) 444-1193. Thanks again for your coordination,



-----Original Message-----
From: Maria stawsky [mailto:[address removed]]

Sent: Friday, June 22,[masked]:44 PM
To: Christian Stalberg
Cc: Joe Cole

Subject: Re: Laird's Schaub facilitation training

Awesome. Thanks, Christian!!! Attached you'll find:

* Brochure (I'll be happy to send you hard/color copies, if you think you
can distribute them. I'll need your mailing address for this).

* Registration form

* Guidelines for communities that want to consider to host us

There's no "sponsor". Students pay for the training. Communities host us at
no charge (they need to provide room and board for the class. In return the
class, supervised by Laird, facilitates up to 8 hours of real business
meetings for the hosting communiy. Communities tend to choose particularly
difficult topics for the weekend in which the class will be there.)

Let me know if I'm misunderstanding your question about "sponsor".

Please let me know if there's anything else I need to do to share this info
with your group. Be well,



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