Eat, Pray, Partner – Lessons in Network Facilitation


Author: Tuvya Zaretsky and Bodil Skjøtt | Source: visionSynergy YouTube channel

Eat, Pray, Partner – Lessons in Network Facilitation


This webinar is presented by Tuvya Zaretsky and Bodil Skjøtt, Lausanne Co-Catalysts for the Consultation on Jewish Evangelism Network. They serve as two of four facilitators for the this Lausanne network. This global network, launched as a small Lausanne working group in 1980, now serves 27 mission organizations and 200+ members in eight regional networks.

In this webinar, Tuvya Zaretsky and Bodil Skjøtt describe how a working group became a global network despite intense differences in theology, mission ideology, history, and culture. They address practical network leadership issues such as building a strong facilitation team, fighting tendencies to build an organization, and creating an environment of trust and inclusion.

Key Ideas

  1. How the working group became a global network
  2. How the network overcame intense differences in culture, history, mission ideology and theology
  3. The value of a strong, multi-person facilitation team
  4. Resisting tendencies to develop familiar, traditional organizational structures and processes
  5. Creating an environment of trust and inclusion
  6. Creating an inclusive, safe, and welcoming space for all voices

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