SUTRA webinar

Transformational Experience Design

Do you want to share your wisdom and experience online in a way that fosters meaningful connection and insight?

Sutra is an online learning platform helps you create conversational learning experiences that bring people together. In this webinar we'll show you how to design experiences that generate deep presence and group engagement. If you’ve ever taken an in person workshop where you've walked away feeling elevated and connected - you know the feeling.

Designing a course that cultivates reflection and authentic relating is difficult. This free webinar introduces you to the building blocks of a meaningful online learning experience. You will receive a demonstration of how to run an online course that emphasizes conversational learning and group participation.

Learn how you can:

  • Work with online groups in a powerful way
  • Run a conversational learning experience online
  • Use the Sutra platform to deliver your course

Sutra learning experiences involve conversation, holding space, and presencing. In this call we will give you a direct experience of all three elements.

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Tuesday, September 8th at 12pm EST

Join us for a 2 hour conversation on creating learning experiences that create change.

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    Presented by:

    Natasha and Lorenz Sell have been guiding and facilitating small group interactions since 2012. They are co-founders of sutra.co, a software platform designed around small group learning online. Sutra supports the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, leadership programs at UNICEF, as well as a handful of other organizations in creating online learning experiences that foster deep connection and communication.

    Their work integrates a masters study from the Harvard Graduate School of Education with Theory U work from MIT professor Otto Scharmer, Immunity To Change methodologies from Harvard professors Robert Keegan and Lisa Lahey, as well as working with Thomas Hübl's teaching on working with collective trauma.