ABOUT: Essential Worldview Skills For a Rapidly Changing World
Often, the conflict and exclusion we encounter, both individually and in communities, is due to a lack of understanding around worldviews and how to approach highly-charged, values-based conversations.
Worldviews transcend all sectors. Whether we are looking at the need to create long-term change in our workplace, our community, our families or within ourselves, worldviews are key.
In Essential Worldview Skills (EWS), participants will learn what a worldview is, why it matters, and how to use their new awareness to support long-term transformative change in individuals, organizations, and communities.
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EWS: Anchoring in Respect & Integrity
EWS: 3 Strategies Every Leaders Needs to Know to Facilitate Change
EWS: Workbook, Preparation & Support
EWS: Michael Quinn Patton: Worldview Skills Reflective Learning Practices For A Sustainable World
EWS: Part 1: Skills for Engaging Worldviews Effectively
EWS: Chief Robert Joseph: Skills for Engaging Worldviews Effectively (Part 1)
EWS: Bonus Chapter From Jessie’s Book, Worldview Skills (Chapter 2)
EWS: Elder, Larry Grant: Worldview Skills For Building Quality Relationships With Indigenous People
EWS: Part 2: Skills for When Worldviews Collide
EWS: Brooke Tanner & Carol Sheridan: Skills for When Worldviews Collide (Part 2)
EWS: Bonus Chapter From Jessie’s Book, Worldview Skills (Chapter 3)
EWS: Engaging Indigenous Communities Checklist
EWS: Part 3: Skills for Regenerating Worldviews
EWS: Katsitsionni Fox: Skills for Regenerating Worldviews (Part 3)
EWS: Bonus Chapter From Jessie’s Book, Worldview Skills (Chapter 4)
EWS: Elder, Tousilum: Why Worldviews Matter and the Importance of Ceremony for Regenerating Ourselves and Our Worldviews
EWS: Putting Worldview Skills into Everyday Practice
EWS: We Want to Hear From You
About Your Trainer
An international speaker, trainer, and consultant, Jessie Sutherland works with organizations and communities to engage diversity, build belonging and ignite intercultural collaboration. Her approach creates sustainable community change that effectively addresses a wide range of complex social problems.