July 28, 2021
123: The Inner Work of Facilitation with Quanita Roberson
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It took me nearly one year to arrange this interview, due to just how popular, committed, and focused Quanita Roberson is.
But I would have happily waited a decade for the value, kindness, and wonder she imparts in conversation. Quanita is the founder of Nzuzu Consulting and focuses on the deep, fun, and easy flow of energy to address embedded trauma.
Her insights into the human condition, our experiences, and the role we play as facilitators are genuinely groundbreaking.
We talk about grief, faith, community, privilege, slowing down, divine order, and lots of things that aren’t technically to do with facilitation but, really, are fundamental to our work.
This is a special episode and one I hope will stay with you for a long time.
Find out about
- Getting out of our own way so we can get out of our participants’ way
- Why we need to ‘clear the decks’ in the room before we begin a session
- How we can see fear as in invitation, not a warning
- Why grief underlies a lot of the ‘bad’ things we feel (e.g. shame or guilt)
- Learning to grieve – alone and together – and how we can facilitate this
- Understanding ourselves and our communities as part of nature and the divine
- Why, in the Information Age, embodiment is more important than ever
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