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The Art of Consultancy – A key tool for Jewish community professionals

Virtual Training Workshop:

Tuesday 19 March 2024 at 12:00-13:30 CET

In our roles as community professionals, we are often asked for advice, or a solution to a problem, by our colleagues and community members. We may not think of it as such, but the skill of consultancy is often at the heart of how we can best help them.

Join Yesod Europe for a free virtual training workshop “The Art of Consultancy – A key tool for Jewish community professionals” with Danna Bader on Tuesday 19 March 12:00-13:30 CET.

In this interactive workshop, we will delve into the art of deciphering what individuals truly need when seeking help through consultation. Through a combination of practical exercises, group discussions, and real-life case studies, we will explore effective techniques to uncover the underlying concerns and desires of those seeking guidance.

Key Workshop Highlights:

    1.  Unravelling the Layers: Learn how to go beyond surface-level information and uncover the deeper motivations and concerns of consultation seekers.
    2.  Active Listening Techniques: Discover powerful listening techniques that enable you to truly understand and empathize with individuals.
    3. Effective Questioning: Master the art of asking the right questions to elicit meaningful responses and gain a comprehensive understanding of people´s needs.
    4. Building Trust and Rapport: Explore strategies to establish trust and create a safe space for open communication during consultations.
    5. Tailoring Solutions: Develop the skills to customize consultation approaches based on individual needs, ensuring a more effective and impactful outcome.

This workshop is aimed at Jewish community professionals in Europe.

Danna Bader

Danna Bader is a consultant, specialising in the fields of supervision, coaching, and organizational development. With over 20 years of experience in civil-society organizations, she has excelled in various leadership roles, including project management and educational concept development. Danna’s expertise lies in team dynamics, organizational development, and change management.

She has also conducted qualitative research, organized international conferences, managed project financing, and engaged in intercultural project planning and critical development aid. Furthermore, she holds a Master’s degree in Intercultural Conflict Management.

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 to be on the waiting list 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.