Argyll Leadership Training Invitation
There is still space on the two day course at Barmolloch Farm, Kilmichael Glen, Lochgilphead on Thurs 27 – Sat 29 October.
We still have a couple of spaces available and want to make sure we get the maximum benefit from this training for our Argyll Communities.
The session will be hosted by Toke Moller who is a pioneer in the field of sustainable entrepreneurship, the art of hosting, participatory leadership, educational renewal and social responsibility since the early 1970s. He will be joined by James Ede, a learning host and consultant offering process design, facilitation and capacity building for organisations and communities in the fields of leadership, learning and collaboration. They will be supported by Sandy Brunton, Pamela Galbraith and Andy Lippok from Connecting Scotland.
We plan to incorporate an intergenerational element and are keen to invite the next generation of leaders to be involved as well, so if there are any young people within your organisation who could benefit from the training please encourage them to get involved too.
The training will take place in-person, accommodation and food will be provided for those who would like to participate in the training.
More information about the training can be found using this link. There are limited spaces so if you could register as soon as possible then that would be helpful to get an idea of numbers etc.
The deadline for registration is the 12th October. If you are having any issues with registration then contact Inspiralba. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Here is the registration link – https://forms.gle/viF1nLW6yEE1uE9w7