Learn About The Politics of Listening
Radical Listening is an effective method to facilitate locally-designed, community-led, sustainable interventions that work. This method is widely applicable to international development, corporate, and non-profit organizations. Noor’s organization, for instance, is dedicated to solving global heating, understanding that rainforests are essential for the survival of humanity. Using the innovative process of radical listening, they collaborate with rainforest communities in Borneo and Madagascar to create the change the planet needs. You will learn to listen not only to the words, but also to the deeper meaning behind them. You will learn to ask the probing questions that will help your business succeed, and improve your communication with everyone around you.
Skill Level: All Level
What People Will Learn:
– Practical skills in organizing and conducting radical listening meetings
– Tips for active listening
– How to navigate potential pitfalls
About the speaker:
Noor Trienekens is the International Program Manager at Health In Harmony managing programs in Madagascar, Brazil and Borneo. Health In Harmony is dedicated to solving global heating, understanding that rainforests are essential for the survival of humanity. Using the innovative process of radical listening, Health In Harmony collaborates with rainforest communities in Borneo and Madagascar to create the change the planet needs. Noor is based in Bali and travels to Borneo, Madagascar and Brazil to oversee program sites. Noor lived and worked in East Africa for nearly four years, overseeing research and clinical capacity building programs as well as managing partnerships between the Uganda Ministries of Health and Education and a well-known hospital in the United States. Noor holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Bachelor’s degree in Pedagogical Sciences, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic and Interior Design, a Master’s degree in Clinical Neuropsychology, and a Master’s degree in Pedagogical Sciences from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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