What are Liberating Structures?
Liberating Structures (LS) are a repertoire of 33+ simple techniques for facilitating meetings, workshops and conversations. Each structure offers an alternative to the conventional ways of planning and decision making. Liberating Structures make it possible for everyone to be involved and make progress on complex challenges.
What Q members are saying about Liberating Structures
“I felt energised and interested all day. It was a really interesting experience.”
“It was lots of fun and I learned so much. I can definitely see methods that I can use at work and at home.”
“Useful, practical, easy to understand techniques – just what I was looking for. Advice on what techniques to use and when.”
Benefits of attending
By the end of the session, we hope you will:
- learn more about the underlying principles of Liberating Structures and how they can be used to support your work
- feel confident about introducing LS
- have the opportunity to practice using techniques which can be applied in your own settings
- have made connections with other LS enthusiasts who you can turn to for help and advice as you get started using Liberating Structures
See agenda at the bottom of the page.
Please have a look at the highlights from the last Liberating Structures workshop held at the Health Foundation.
Q & A with Keith McCandless, Liberating Structures founder.
*Both workshops will cover the same content and will contain similar structures to the workshop held in March 2018. As a personal developmental activity expenses are not covered.*