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Moderator Workshop Series US Central FY2021-2022

3 Sessions: 12pm-2:30pm CST

Sept 21, Nov 16, Feb 15

Welcome to your moderator central support system. The Moderator Workshop Series is a leadership development and skills support series. This year-long programme offers continuous learning, coaching and tools, supporting moderators to lead their Forum, learn and grow in real time!

The Moderator Workshop Series combines the best of the best of our moderator knowledge and weaves together virtual and in-person experiential learning and connections to upskill moderators, Forum Chairs and Forum Experts.

 Amy Castronova and Patty Campagna will guide you through a full year journey, anchored by quarterly 2.5-hour interactive workshops with theory, practical applications, tools, breakout groups, and Q&A sessions.


The programme includes:

Virtual Workshops (from 12:00pm -2:30pm CST on Zoom):

o Forum By Design - 21 September - Lets walk through the Annual planning cycle, identifying your forum’s opportunity to thrive this year


o 5% Reflections and Parking Lot - 16 November - Vulnerable, prepared, effective, the pivot point of a forum meeting


o Moderator Transition - 15 February- Connection, reflection and effective handoff as we shift roles each year in forum


Monthly Office Hours support:

o One hour calls scheduled during the months without a workshop to give moderators direct support from Forum facilitators, regional Forum leadership and EO Staff


o Your opportunity to ask your Forum Facilitators anything and to share and connect with moderators throughout the region.


o 19 October, 14 December, 18 January, 22 March and 12 April from 12:00pm -1:00pm CST on Zoom


In-Person Moderator Summit:

US Central will host an expanded third quarter workshop in-person. This date is still be determined, but more information should be available soon. This will be a facilitated, Forum-focused regional event for moderator leadership development centered on deep exploration of moderator concepts, coaching and conflict resolution. Separate registration will be required for this event once posted.

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