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Social Permaculture course 4 - 8 nov 2015 - Italy, Tuscany

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Posted by Francesco Boldrini over 8 years ago

Social Permaculture Course – People Care

Dates: from 4-nov to 8-nov 2015

Teacher: Helder Valente (founder of New School of Permaculture – Atlantis Project in Tenerife, Canaries)

Schedule: 9-13, 15-18, sometimes movies after dinner. Content will be 50% practice, 50% theory.
The course will be in english. Italian translation will be done.




Positive communication, conflict resolution, project management, decision making, alternative economies, intentional communities,
new school education. Learning to design and care for ourselves, our communities, and the planet.
This 5 day course is designed to be useful to anyone who interacts with others. So unless you’re a hermit, that’s YOU!

Have you ever asked yourself one of these questions?

  • Managing people is so much harder than developing the land. How can I do it better?
  • Where do I start when trying to create and organise my project?
  • How do I keep the people involved in my project happy and inspired?
  • When challenges appear, how do I keep moving forward?
  • I want to keep inspired and manifest my vision for the future. How can I get support and help others realise their own visions?

Questo corso ti aiuterà a cercare le soluzioni.

During the course we will explore:

  • Decision making
  • Social organisation
  • Conflict resolution
  • Power of celebration
  • Alternative economy
  • Sustainable community
  • ….. and much more …..!

4  8 nov 2015 social tertulia eng

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