Annie-Rose partners with educational, non-profit, and social enterprise organizations to facilitate staff trainings, organizational culture shifts, and leadership development. She brings an equity lens to all of her work, with a curiosity as to how individuals, teams and communities can practice liberation on a daily basis. Annie-Rose is a fierce ally for the human spirit, facilitating change at the personal, inter-personal and systemic level. Her influences include mind-body awareness, somatics, intersectional justice, experiential education, organizational psychology and expressive arts therapy. Much of her work is in collaborative facilitator teams, as well as an independent trainer.
What is Facilitation?
Facilitation is the art of creating a social container in which group transformation is inevitable. That container may be a meeting, a team training, a retreat or a coaching relationship. Facilitation is often used for: strategic visioning, addressing organizational culture, delivering trainings to adult learners, and conflict resolution.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Work-Life Balance and Addressing Burn-Out
Time-Management and Organizational Skills
Women and LGBTQIA Leadership
Align your organization’s internal practices with the values you seek to create in the world.
Participatory methods to engage all key stakeholders in listening for the next steps you, and the world, need your organization to take.
The strongest solutions come from collective intelligence, and collective action. Trainings empower individuals to transform into teams.
Diversity, Inclusion and Equity
Annie-Rose holds a humble and loving container to create shared language, address internal power dynamics, and build a strong lens to shift systemic equity issues.
Bring principles of ecological design into your social environment.
Is your board, staff, and committees representative of those impacted by your work? Build a plan to bring the right people to the table.
Conflict is the greatest seed of possibility. Learn skills to turn your group’s challenges into your group’s power.
Our movements and our organizations are intergenerational, and with that comes plenty of opportunities for mis-communication and for healing. Harness the power of intergenerational relationships.