Beyond Process – Importance of Personal Development in Dynamic Governance (Rebecca Fisher-McGinty & Daniel Little)


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Description: In dynamic governance, we tend to focus on structures and processes to guide us in collaboration. There’s an essential missing ingredient to facilitating and participating in these spaces: personal development. Our participatory spaces benefit from prioritizing personal development that builds the collective and the individual. In this session, we will explore personal development and offer guiding practices.

Bio: Rebecca Fisher-McGinty, Round Sky Solutions worker owner, brings her expertise and gut knowing that group processes and the *how* hold a lot of power in our teams. Daniel Little, Round Sky Solutions’ leadership coach, holds expertise in facilitating participatory management processes and coaching individual clients based on their growth needs using somatic awareness and personal development practices.

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