Work With Organizations
I think of all organizational development work as a combination of facilitation, assessment, and training. My goal is to facilitate processes that will support you in meeting your goals, while building your capacity to do this work.
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“I have had the opportunity to work with many effective coaches, consultants and facilitators over the course of my career, but Tasha’s calm demeanor matched with her personal commitment to developing the individual as well as the team is unique and compelling.”
~ Rebecca Channer, Independent Consultant
My areas of deep experience include:
Nurturing respect and trust, accountability and empowerment
Building commitment and capacity for intentional change
Organizational assessment/identifying and working through challenges
Meeting and process design and facilitation
Increasing equity and inclusion, and particularly working with white folks to learn about and heal around systemic racism so they can better recognize and deconstruct white privilege and be stronger anti-racist co-conspirators for BIPOC.
I have experience working with nonprofits, intentional/ cohousing communities, community land trusts, businesses, government agencies/departments, start-ups, and coalitions.
You will find more about my clients, training and experience in the About section.
Please click on the titles below to find out more about each service.
What I Can Provide to Your Organization
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I work with groups to co-design and facilitate meetings, retreats, and processes. My dual focus is to help you get the work done while building the capacity of the group and the people in the group.
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Organizational Diagnosis is an intensive, highly-structured approach developed by Sam Kaner at Community at Work focused on fostering intentional change in teams and organizations.
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One of the best ways to build capacity in your organization is to provide coaching for people or teams. Unlike training, coaching is deeply interactive and focused on exactly the areas the person or team need to grow.
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I provide training in a wide variety of skill areas, including communication and conflict resolution, effective decision-making, meeting facilitation, building mutual respect and trust, creative collaboration, and more.
Join Me for My Free, Monthly
Meeting Facilitation Play Session
I love thinking with people about how to design and facilitate meetings so they are engaging, useful, efficient and effective. So...
I offer a monthly Meeting Facilitation Play Session on Zoom on the 2nd Friday of each month from 1:00 to 2:00 Pacific Time.
You can drop in and get your questions answered about tools and approaches to:
Increasing useful engagement
Capturing action items and supporting follow-through
Dealing with difficult meeting behaviors
...and whatever other facilitation questions are up for you that day!
Please subscribe to my eNewsletter/blog to receive the invitation and link each month. I hope to see you there!