Graphic Facilitator & Group Process Consultant

Tag Archives: “Difficult” People

AEDM Day 24: Disgruntled Artist

By: Eris Weaver | Date: November 24, 2014 | Categories: Art, Play, and Creativity


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Quick doodle based on this morning’s run. I love running in the dark. I love being the only woman awake, watching the day emerge. As I approached the park, I saw an unleashed dog alert to my presence. I have been chased by an unleashed dog in this very park before – perhaps this very […]

Guerilla Meeting Facilitation

By: Eris Weaver | Date: March 21, 2011 | Categories: Meetings & Facilitation

My workshop “Meetings That Don’t Suck” offers tips, tools, and tricks for planning and facilitating better meetings. Most folks who take the course are in some kind of leadership position in which they have responsibility for meetings. But what can you do if you are low on the office food chain, and are stuck as […]

>Upcoming Workshops

By: Eris Weaver | Date: September 29, 2010 | Categories: Uncategorized

>This fall I am teaching two classes through SRJC’s Community Education program. I am really excited about this – I’ve been trying to get on their calendar for two or three years! Now I just need enough of you to go sign up to stay on it! Meetings That Work! (I really prefer the title […]

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I live in a cohousing community and work with many others as a facilitator, trainer, and consultant. The most common issue for which communities hire me has to do with work – or more accurately, how to get members who aren’t doing their agreed-upon share of the work to get with the program. What is […]

>Could the "Difficult" Person be ME?!?

By: Eris Weaver | Date: April 21, 2010 | Categories: Uncategorized

>The nature of my work is such that I spend a lot of time listening to people talk about the problems/challenges that are going on in their organization or community. It seems to be human nature to assign some degree of blame to a person or people identified as “difficult.” “If only A would stop […]