Does your groups performance depend on your communication?

If you are in Portland this Friday, be sure to come down to Paddy’s Bar & Grill from noon till one to hear Willem Larsen discuss the subject of Language Hunting and accelerated team learning.

 

From http://calagator.org/events/1250461778

AgilePDX Downtown Pub Lunch
Friday, January 6, 2012 from noon–1pm
Paddy’s Bar & Grill, 65 Sw Yamhill St, Portland, OR 97204, US
Please proceed to the back room to find us.

Description: Effective group learning is synonymous with effective group communication and high performance. Language Hunting is a group learning methodology developed to save endangered languages through the tools of accelerated learning. Willem Larsen, President of Language Hunters, will lead participants in an experiential understanding of how accelerated team learning works.

Bio: Willem has worked in community education for the past 15 years—at the Oregon Zoo, OMSI, Tryon Creek State Park, and the Eddy Foundation Land Trust. He was a founding partner of Cascadia Wild! and a founding member of TrackersNW. Through his work in environmental education and local natural history, Willem came to realize that endangered indigenous languages are storehouses of priceless ecological knowledge, and this led to the development of Language Hunting.

Willem has presented Language Hunting at many Agile gatherings such as AgilePDX, Agile 2011 in Salt Lake, Agile Games 2011 in Boston, as well as being hosted at Agilistry Studios and the SolutionsIQ Agile Training Center.

Willem believes that languages, traditions, and skills are treasures that communities hold as a whole—only by learning together can we create the rich lives we want for each other.

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