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I Hate Speed Networking: Exploring our Relationship to Networking for Facilitators
I Hate Speed Networking:
Exploring Our Relationship to Networking for Facilitators
Co-facilitated by Martha Williams & John Scilipote
About this Event
What is networking? What about speed networking? What about networking with fellow facilitators? Join us in exploration around the nature of networking, our personal relationship to networking, and participate in exercises where you learn more about and build relationships with your fellow facilitators.
Optional 30-Minute Optional Deep Dive (1:00PM - 1:30PM EST)
For those who'd like to continue the conversation, we can engage in a mini mastermind experience, workshop an idea, or take the conversation deeper in a smaller group.
About Virtual Roundtables
Anyone who currently facilitates or wants to facilitate groups of people are welcome to attend. We identify this as the bridge builders, facilitators, and change makers. This list extends to include teachers, educators, coaches, HR professionals, change agents, management consultants, team building experts, leaders and managers, thought leaders, etc. As you can see, this conversation is designed for anyone who wants to elevate their facilitation game and loves the art of facilitation.
The Zoom link will be emailed to you the night before the event. Please use your most current email address, so we can reach you with the zoom link and if anything changes prior to the event.
Each facilitatorEDGE Virtual Roundtable Discussion will be recorded and available for anyone who signs up for the session. Be sure to include your email address so you can receive the recording.
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About the Facilitators
Martha Wiliams, Culture Shift Agency & Culture Shift Podcast
Martha, co-founder and CDO (Cheif Dream Officer) of Culture Shift Agency and host of the Culture Shift Podcast, is a brand/media director and process facilitator/inventor. She’s worked with NeuroLeadership, Intel, Connoisseurs, The Kinetix Group, to name a few.
An award-winning writer/director, Martha brings unique perspectives and insight to business, leadership, and a myriad of other waves she’s either making or riding. She has had a 20-year career that has crossed many genres, from sustainability to coaching/facilitation to branding/media development – all of which is bridged by a penchant for agitating the invisible personal and cultural fabric that binds us together.
Martha’s latest media work, a short-form series about love and dating, recently hit 7 million views on YouTube with 25K subscribers. Recently Martha joined forces with John Scilipote to pilot a process to grow critically thinking global community through weaving common ground by breaking bread together over active and inspired conversation.
John Scilipote, Culture Shift Agency & Culture Shift Podcast
John, co-conspirator and co-founder of Culture Shift Agency and co-producer of the Culture Shift Podcast, is a technology/brand director and process facilitator/ inventor. He’s worked with Canon, Sony, Novartis, PinkFund, IBM, to name a few.
An accomplished musician, yogi, poet, and healer, John brings a breadth of talent, passion, and depth to bear in business, facilitation, and whatever else he happens to be plunging into at any given moment. With a 30 year career that spans the music industry to web development to digital marketing John recently joined forces with filmmaker and social activist, Martha Williams, to form Culture Shift Agency, as well as a new social platform pilot, focused on building a global community by weaving common ground by breaking bread together over active and inspired conversation.
John studied Nondual Kabalistic Healing and Nondual Shamanism with Jason Shulman and was a founding member of On The Common Ground, an NYC-based organization focused on men’s soul work. John sees his life commitment as helping people awaken and embrace that which delights and transforms, opening them to be more fully in relationship with others and the world we live.