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Creative Participatory Facilitation

Virtual Training Workshop:

Thursday 20 June – 11am to 12.30 CET time

Whether your work involves facilitating workshops, team meetings, seminars, community meetings, partnerships, or all of these things, this session could be for you.

How can we hear all the voices in the room, and encourage in-depth conversations that lead to meaningful products and high involvement?

Join Yesod Europe for a free virtual training workshop “Creative Participatory Facilitation” with Jacklina Eshaya, the co-founder of Beinco, on Thursday 20 June 11:00-12:30 CET. This workshop is aimed at Jewish community professionals in Europe.

In this interactive workshop, we will experience and understand:

* The basics of participatory leadership.

* Tools for participatory facilitation.

* How to lead meaningful conversations that involve more people and lead to desired outcomes.

This workshop is interactive and will create a space for the safe practice of what we learn.

Jacklina Eshaya

Jacklina Eshaya is a dynamic force in the realm of positive change, serving as a change maker, igniter, and facilitator with an unwavering passion for co-creating impactful transformations. As a member of the Ashoka ChangemakerXchange global facilitation team, she has directed and initiated sustainable social projects and played a pivotal role in managing and co-facilitating ChangemakerXchange summits for social entrepreneurs.

With extensive experience in facilitating diverse programs, from the RISE for Change UN program to the Kofi Annan Foundation Changemakers Program, Jacklina is currently the lead facilitator for the UNITAR She Leads for Peace program in Geneva and the Changemakers for Democracy program by ChangemakerXchange in Berlin. From TikTok to the UN, she excels in guiding companies, teams, and individuals toward creating creative, passionate, agile, and inclusive environments, fostering effective and collaborative change.

Please note that this workshop is now full. However, we are leaving the registration open for people who would like to be on a waiting list in case anyone drops out.  To register for this workshop please click here.

Participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode to fully participate in the workshop, including breakout room discussions. We also advise you to update to the latest version of Zoom in advance.

Priority will be given to Jewish community professionals living and working in Europe.

We will confirm your place within 3 working days.

Please be in touch with us at with any questions.