May 25, 2003 - National Charrette Institute: William Southworth was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria

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By Admin1 (admin) on Sunday, May 25, 2003 - 4:13 pm: Edit Post

William Southworth was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria



William Southworth was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria

William Southworth

William Southworth is an international organizational consultant, coach, facilitator and trainer to leaders in both the public and private sectors in the areas of healing leaders and organizations; building understanding, consensus, and collaboration in multi-party, multi-sector, and multi-cultural arenas; strategic and systemic thinking, planning, process design and focus; direction and alignment of shared core values, vision, and mission. Mr. Southworth has been a facilitator in over 1000 meetings and has coached and trained over 3000 people in facilitation here and abroad, and has also had a distinguished career of leadership in innovative education, training and program development. In 1998 Mr. Southworth started Healing Leaders, a consulting firm designed to train leaders to heal organizational wounds and create self-healing organizations. He was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria, Director of Peace Corps Training at Boston University, Visiting Critic at the Yale Graduate School of Architecture, and Environmental Psychologist on the faculty of the MIT Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning.



The National Charrette Institute (NCI) is a nonprofit educational institution based in Portland, Oregon. NCI helps communities achieve healthy transformation through collaborative planning processes that harness the talents and energies of all interested parties to create and support a buildable plan. We train people in the art & science of the Charrette and the Dynamic Planning Process, research community involvement and decision making practices, and facilitate collaborative problem solving to promote healthy communities.

Bill Lennertz, Steve Coyle and Aarin Lutzenhiser launched NCI in 2001 in order to create the first professional education venue for the Charrette and the Dynamic Planning Process. Bill Lennertz, NCIís Director, is leading the organization in new research efforts, program development, and teaching methodologies. His experience as manager of more than 150 New Urbanist Charrettes is the foundation for the Dynamic Planning curriculum.


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By Nickie Chopra (17-4.200-68.tampabay.rr.com - 68.200.4.17) on Thursday, December 23, 2004 - 11:51 am: Edit Post

Trying to contact an old friend-William Southworth-Merry Christmas


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