Since 2013, Regenesis has offered The Regenerative Practitioner program to over 500 practitioners around the world. In 2020, we worked with local organizing teams to offer the course in eight cities. Enrollment for 2021 courses will open in the spring–sign up for our notification list to receive an alert when it’s ready.
- You often see bigger potential than is being realized on the projects you’re involved in but haven’t found a way to help your collaborators and/or clients see and align with that potential.
- You know that sustainability will never accomplish its aims if we can’t change the way we think and work, but you’re not sure how to achieve this.
- Your work is important and meaningful to you, but you still feel the drive to learn and develop along a path so that your work and the essence of “who you are” become further and further integrated.
- You have a track record of accomplishment, and yet you continually see possibilities beyond the level that you are currently able to realize.
If so, you may be a good candidate for the series. Recently we offered a free webinar for those who’d like to learn a bit more about the course. You can watch the video recording of the webinar here.
- Greater ability to assess design and development practices for their regenerative potential;
- A deeper understanding of how regenerative development unfolds at the project and community level;
- Greater ability to define how a regenerative approach would apply to various sectors and fields of practice relevant to your work;
- Increased capacity to manage complexity as a means to deliver greater value to clients and stakeholders;
- Strategies for growing a successful regenerative practice; and
- The support of a local learning community of peers and colleagues who share your commitment to creating profoundly innovative work in service to a healthier community and world.
For more information about the content covered in the series, you may download the course syllabus.
Photo credits, top to bottom: View by Ryan Wong, Light by Vincent Guth. Illustrations by Ian Durneen.