Drawing from the ARTS to bring the best out in individuals, communities and businesses holds much promise for humanity and the seacoast is rich with resources!
I recently met consultant, Beth Tener through colleague Liz Korabek-Emerson. Beth participated in our recent mindfulness and improv PILL class and was a delight to work and play with!
She is doing some exciting workshops at the beautiful Seacoast Science Center and I can’t wait to go to the ecosystem one she is offering. Perfect location, right? She just completed the first of three sessions and it was a great success, (THE ART OF DESIGNING MEETINGS THAT DO MORE)!
Here is a little about Beth and upcoming workshops! (You can go to one or both even if you missed the first one!)
Beth is the Principal of New Directions Collaborative, is a facilitator and strategy coach who works with collaborative initiatives that bring together business, government, and the social sector to address complex challenges, such as transitioning to a clean energy economy and revitalizing communities.
THE ART OF WORKING IN COLLABORATIVE WAYS
Given the complex inter-related challenges our communities and organizations face, it is becoming imperative to work across disciplines, organizations, and cultures to develop workable solutions. Learn more and register here.
THE ART OF WORKING AS AN ECOSYSTEM
Activating the full potential within an organization, community, or network requires us to see how our work fits into a larger whole and how we can connect what are often fragmented “parts.” Some wisdom, collective strength, and innovative solutions can only be activated when we engage and connect all parts of an organization, community, or system. Learn more and register here.
Thanks for enriching our community, Beth.