The Master TetraMap Facilitator programme is about transformation, leadership, legacy and scale. It is for TetraMap Facilitators who have seen the impact of TetraMap for themselves, who want be part of a global community, and open the door for others to join. Of course, you’ll learn more about TetraMap and it’s philosophies, but more importantly you’ll learn about you and how to participate in a programme with many possibilities and few limitations.
“The programme itself has a clear outline and is challenging as it stands but you can decide to walk the bigger hills if you want to. Yes, commitment is crucial. But it’s up to you how deep you take your own learning experience.”
Emma Mauger, Lucid, Guernsey, Channel Islands
The programme is offered globally and is managed by Louise Duncan, supported by Emma Mauger who is the participant coach. You will ‘meet’ the founders of TetraMap, Yoshimi and Jon Brett, and other Master TetraMap Facilitators will share their experience, knowledge, and skill sets with you. Hearing from others is part of what makes the programme special.
If you would like to contact Anja you can do so here:
Vemmer.Doil Coaching & Consulting GmbH & Co. KG
Berlin & Bielefeld, Germany
This involves observing, co-facilitating, and lead facilitating a Certification Course. A regional mentor will provide opportunities, feedback, coaching, and de-briefing. This opportunity now includes a Virtual Certification Course experience.
“I was challenged along the way – both in terms of understanding new concepts and having my perceptions and views challenged and changed. It requires a real commitment to do the learning, research, reading and work to truly understand and embed the concepts and principles into your life.”
Anna Bolton, Waikato District Council, New Zealand.
Jack Wong from Singapore has a personal message for you…
As TetraMap’s credibility and reach continue to grow, so do the opportunities. Sharing TetraMap with others requires a generous and values-based mindset. This includes perspectives on: competitors, sharing facilitation opportunities with others, and occasional moral dilemmas. TetraMap International’s values of transparency and responsibility in particular may challenge traditional mindsets around how we work inter-dependently without slipping into win/lose scenarios.