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CWD Tafelsig NNI Dialogue 10 April 2018


“The group was excited and motivated to organise a march in collaboration with other organisations in Tafelsig. They expressed how they felt lighter, refreshed, encouraged and had more understanding of the system. They were excited at the breakthrough that they had with the gang members (role played) and saw that if someone tells the truth the system is set free. One of the pearls of wisdom was “The Truth will set us Free”. The group chose to end off with a group hug and powerful prayer.” – NNI Agent Bronwen

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JHB NNI Facilitator Training April 2018


The 4-Day Intensive NNI Facilitator – JHB, SA

This is neither usual ‘facilitation’ nor usual ‘dialogue’ – it is learning to be a dialogue warrior; how to guide any team, group or community to their edge, and facilitate their transformative process in order to cross safely to a new paradigm:

An Introduction to Facilitating Transformational Dialogue
– for Facilitators, Coaches, Change management- & Organisational Development- practitioners, Catalysts, Community leaders, Civil society mobilisers, Human beings wanting to further greater global and local equality…

Dates: 19-22 April 2018
Times: Thursday-Sunday 8:30am – 6:30pm
Venue: Workers’ Museum Johannesburg
Cost: R7500 But if you apply before 19th March the cost will be R6500
(R10 000 is the global pricing, 25% of the price substituted by NNI Dialogue Institute for South African economic citizens)

To book your place contact Melanie at:
[email protected]

Early Enrolment discount price:
R6500 if you book before March 19th

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Do you want to work with us?

Are you inspired to spread healing through transformation? Do you have what it takes to get in the door and bring communities, countries and corporates to dialoguing for the greater good? Are you passionate about social justice, change and transformation?
If this sounds like you, or someone you know, we are excited to announce that we are looking for an Outreach and Relationship Lead to bring NNI dialogues, programs and training to the world.




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Job Opportunity: NNI Outreach and Relationship Lead


Outreach and Relationship Lead

Employment Opportunity: Cape Town

NNI is a hybrid social enterprise that consists of a NPO arm as well as a Consultancy and Training Institute.

The central NNI methodology consist of transformational processes that supports expression, emotional processing, awareness dialogue, as well as personal responsibility and accountability. We specialise in transformational dialogue facilitation in both community and corporate spaces, as well as training, coaching, and the design of unique systemic transformation programmes. 

We are currently looking to employ an overarching outreach and relationship lead who would serve both the NPO and company of NNI. This position is work-from-home (for now but could change), could be a full time or part-time position, and will run on trail basis for 6 months.

Job description:

Create opportunities and build strong working relationships with stakeholders, organisations, members of public, government and other NPO’s to spread and ignite transformative facilitated dialogues and other transformation processes NNI offers.

This person will be solely responsible for running and expanding the outreach arm of NNI and needs to be a highly motivated, energetic, independent self-starter with a heart and passion for transformation work and excellent communication and social skills.

This person will be responsible for:

Creating new working relationships and stakeholder engagement 

Building and maintaining strong and warm relationships with all stakeholders

Nurturing and maintaining current relationships

Researching scope and new opportunities for growth and expansion

Leading initiatives in new areas

Meeting with organizations/government/public as NNI ambassador

Managing and executing all administration involved in these projects 

Organizing and overseeing placements of facilitators


Must have excellent and professional (ILR Level 4-5) spoken and written English language proficiency

Must be have average isiXhosa and Afrikaans spoken and written ability (ILR level 2-3)

Extraordinary interpersonal and communication skills

Excel in building authentic and strong working relationships

Must have excellent computer literacy 

Must have a driver’s licence and own transport

Supportive and coach-like approach

Meticulous and excellent organizational and admin skills (record keeping, report writing, documenting events)

Writing of professional reports, blog posts and social media messaging

Social media and website updating 

Give reports of each dialogue or project

Write posts for social media on the outcomes of these dialogues

Ensure contact between NNI and the organisation is easy and mutually beneficial

Support communication and ensure that all details are recorded

Create and writing proposals 

Experience in coaching and change work desired (but not required)

Experience in social activism desired (but not required)

Experience in government and/or corporate desired

Experience in similar position desired

Apply to with your CV and a cover letter describing what skills you can bring to assist you in this work, and how you see yourself in this role.Applications close Monday 22nd January.