Friday, February 12th, 2016. Location: Roam Dunwoody at Perimeter Pointe
Harnessing the Power of the Brain for Change
Andrea Barrett, Master Practitioner
The pace of change is accelerating. The amount of change we face is increasing. We can influence change for our clients but rarely control it. Traditional tools to manage change, the tools that focus on organizations, just don’t work very well. Indeed, McKinsey has indicated a 70% failure rate or organizational change efforts. Yet modern neuroscience has generated numerous new insights about the brain’s ability to process and respond to change. By mining those insights we’ve identified 5 power tools to help harness the power of the brain to drive more effective change efforts.
Join us for an interactive presentation to understand these tools and how they can help you and your clients drive change more successfully.
Friday, April 15th, 2016. Location: Roam Dunwoody at Perimeter Pointe
Facilitation Through Journey Maps
Journey Maps are pictures of where your customers are and what they are doing while they are your customer, client, patient, guest, etc. Making a Journey Map involves collecting information from various 'touch points' in your business through research, observation, and/or interviews.
Using a Journey Map helps everyone in your organization get on the same page about the customer experience. Well-facilitated Journey Map workshops use Design Thinking to ensure all constituents get more of what they want.
Mike will share some Journey Mapping basics, help you learn how to apply Journey Maps for current-state and future-state projects, and show you how to pick the best resolution of Journey Map for your own initiative.
Friday, April 22nd, 2016. Location: Location To Be Announced
Rewire Your Body and Brain for Peak Performance
Dr. David Bach
Co-Sponsored Meeting with the Institute for Management Consultants
Join us for this special meeting, from 6-8pm the evening of April 22nd, with one of our affiliate partners, the Institute for Management Consultants, as they bring in guest speaker Dr. David Bach to talk about this fascinating topic!
Dr. Bach's high energy, sense of humor, and powerful insights immediately engage every audience. David shares stories of his life, his work, and his scientific research to help audience members create powerful change in their lives.
Friday, June 10th, 2016. Location: Roam Dunwoody at Perimeter Pointe
Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching
Judith Mills, Agile Coach
Mark Morris, Coach, Trainer, Mediator
Many of the businesses and organizations we work with are based on people and their thoughts and ideas. Human beings relate to each other in good and bad ways. When working with teams and organizations, how can we become aware of these relationships—and make the people in the teams aware of them too?
This interactive workshop is all about organizational relationships and how working with those relationships can improve the health of an organization's teams.
Friday, August 12th, 2016. Location: Roam Dunwoody at Perimeter Pointe
Save the Date!
To be announced...
Friday, November 11th, 2016. Location: Roam Dunwoody at Perimeter Pointe
Save the Date!
To be announced ...
2015 Meeting Dates
Friday, February 12th, 2016: Harnessing the Power of the Brain for Change
Friday, April 15th, 2016: Facilitation Through Journey Maps
Friday, April 22nd, 2016: Rewire Your Body and Brain for Peak Performance
Friday, June 10th, 2016: Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching
Friday, August 12th, 2016: Save the Date!
Friday, November 11th, 2016: Save the Date!
These meetings are held at Roam Dunwoody, 1155 Mt. Vernon Highway, Atlanta, Georgia 30338 (across the parking lot from the Sandy Springs MARTA station and above Office Depot and LA Fitness).
To promote excellence in facilitation through education, networking, and professional development.
To be the premier source in the region for assisting facilitators in developing their skills and promoting facilitation as an essential organizational function.
Who Joins SEAF?
SEAF offers invaluable professional development opportunities for anyone who spends time planning and coordinating meetings, whether they're a full-time, part-time or aspiring facilitator, or have never even heard of the term “facilitation."
Our members represent a variety of occupations such as: professional facilitators, coaches, project managers of all kinds, business analysts, consultants, senior management, and others whose role requires facilitation skills on a daily basis. Many of us are employed in major organizations, and many are self-employed. We work in education, IT, healthcare, community building, environmental and non-profit industries—from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies.
No matter your title, function, industry, or organization size, if you run meetings with clients or colleagues then you use facilitation skills. And if you want to improve your facilitation skills—and the effectiveness of the meetings you run—there is no better place to do that than as a member of SEAF!
The Value of Being an SEAF Member:
Five half-day training and networking sessions per year at $28 each, a $110 savings over non-members. These sessions also provide:
Opportunities to network with other facilitators across industries and support and learn from each other
Educational opportunities to learn new facilitation skills and stay current in the field of facilitation
Opportunities to promote your business or company
Opportunities to connect with other facilitators on LinkedIn and Twitter
Ability to post and reply to job openings within the SEAF member community
Opportunities to network with the members of affiliated organizations, such as the Institute of Management Consulting
Opportunities to utilize your gifts and talents to give back and help SEAF grow and meet its mission and objectives
Ability to attend SEAF-hosted conferences at a discounted rate
SEAF meets the second Friday of every other month, with networking from 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM, meeting and presentation from 9:00 AM - Noon, and an optional dutch treat networking lunch following. Meetings are designed to include: