The Immersion Level
Program centers around a 5-day intensive on-site program, in Tucson, Arizona.
This 5-day timeframe accomplishes numerous objectives simultaneously, providing
students with enough time to learn and practice multiple new approaches, while
also providing the time to reflect both individually and collectively on the
assumptions, expectations and belief systems the consultant will bring to
The program core is a
Learning Community, to ensure participants gain knowledge from both the
Institute staff and from each other. The on-site environment encourages
learning / practicing new skills together, discussing, exploring, reflecting
and sharing each others wisdom. Classes are limited to 10 participants -
small enough for intimate learning, while large enough for a diversity of
The Learning Community
continues after the on-site work, through email discussions and/or other online
tools, to provide ongoing support for implementing more Community-Driven
approaches with clients.
The Immersion Level Program
5 day intensive learning experience, on-site
in Tucson, Arizona U.S.A.
Class size not to exceed 10
A seasoned participant from a
prior class participates in every class. Seasoned participants have already
gone through the immersion course and are back to re-immerse themselves, to go
deeper in putting the principles into practice. The Seasoned Participant
becomes a resource to new students, providing different perspectives on how the
thinking can be applied in a variety of ways.
Workbook with handouts / worksheets for use
Daily practice in facilitating the
thought-processes learned in the class.
Post-session Conference Calls every month
after the session, to answer questions, share experiences, remove stumbling
blocks, and keep reaching higher.
Email discussion group with the entire
community of immersion course grads, for ongoing Learning Community support.
Institute staff assists with questions / problems as participants begin
applying new approaches to their work with clients
Ongoing assistance by Institute staff for
clarifying / answering questions that arise as students begin transforming
their consulting practice
Additional technology tools, such as a wiki
or other on-line community, as requested by students and as developed - all to
ensure these new ways of thinking become more and more natural to you.