February 2022: Holistic Management Course – Outlook, SK

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To register for this course, contact:  bluesettecampbell@gmail.com 306-240-8044 (call or text).

Join us for a 6-day in-person Holistic Management near Outlook, Saskatchewan.

Course Instructors: Kelly Sidoryk Holistic Management Certified Educator, and Bluesette Campbell, Holistic Management Practitioners and Certified Educators-in-Training

When: February 11 to 13, 2022 and February, 25 to 28, 2022.

Where: Venue and accommodation details coming soon.

Course Format: This will be an in-person course. We are planning on carrying through with this event with health and safety measures in place, unless provincial public health guidelines prevent us from doing so.

Cost: The cost for this course is $1800/farm unit (up to 4 people) and single attendees will be $1200. Bringing spouses/significant others is highly encouraged.  If costs are a barrier, contact the organizers for possible options on a case-by-case basis. Deposits of 50% down will be required by Nov 1st.  If the course must be canceled due to covid restrictions and the venue is unavailable, full refunds will be provided. A minimum of six farm units must be confirmed by January 28th.

What to expect: Taking a Holistic Management course is a fantastic investment for the success of you as an individual, for your family, for your business/team and for the land which you call home.  It is a commitment of both time and money which, in turn, provides knowledge and skills that you can use for the rest of your life.  Practitioners all over Canada, the US and around the world are benefiting from the decision-making framework, making decisions that are more socially, ecologically and financially sound.  You can expect to leave from a HM course with the following assets plus an experience you might never forget.

  • A written, three-part holistic goal for guiding decisions
  • Increased understanding of the importance of the people involved in your family and/or business
  • Team-building enhancements
  • Decision-making framework and decision-testing guidelines that address root causes and weak links
  • Increased understanding of management impacts on basic soil health principles and ecosystem processes including, water, mineral, energy cycles and biodiversity.
  • Land, cropping, grazing planning with discussion around topics of management decisions on soil disturbance, overgrazing, stock density and animal impact and how to monitor progress to inform future management decisions
  • Your own land, cropping and/or grazing plan
  • Step to financial planning with discussions on topics like profitability, net worth, expense prioritization and gross profit analysis
  • Your own financial plan
  • A new set of lenses to look at our challenges differently.
  • Inspiration, motivation and support to make improvements in your people, land and finances.

DayContentLearnings
1Intro to HM, Paradigms, Goal SettingWhat impact would a goal have on the success of your business?  Learn how to develop a 3-pt HM goal.
2Decision making, Eco system processes, Land Planning, Financial PlanningWhat if your long-term profitability depended on the health of the land?  Discover healthy water and mineral cycles, energy flow and dynamic soil communities.
3More Financial Planning, SWOT analysis, Time ManagementAre you too busy to get everything done that you want to?  Reconsider how you think about time and identify your priorities.
4Deeper Ecosystem Processes, Grazing/Cropping PlanningWho decides when and how to move the livestock?  Develop a plan, months before turning the livestock out or planting a field or seeding a quarter. 
5Strategic Planning, Testing Questions, Develop Individual PlansWhere do you want to be in 3-5 years in your personal life and your business?  How do you know you are heading in the right directions?  Test your decisions and feel confident moving forward. 
6Communication, Consensus, Marketing, Monitoring Management GroupsHow do you keep it all together and stay on top of things?  Maybe, it’s who you know and your ability to communicate with those you trust.

Feature photo by Jonnie Andersen via Flickr

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