Using an independent facilitator to run your meeting means that you can be free to participate. You can focus on the topic at hand without being worried about keeping the meeting on track, managing different participants or being unfairly judged as having too much influence or bias on the process.
Using an independent facilitator also ensures that:
Let’s deal with the improving teamwork blister right now At last count there’s 12 zillion, 301 blogs on improving teamwork and stuff that you can get moving with. I could include a list of links to each, but your IT peeps would be even less cheerful than usual… To get […]Read More
Making strategic planning an enjoyable experience has been a constant challenge for me When strategic planning works, I feel like I have my ideal job. You may have felt the same after a workshop when: Participants tell you how much they enjoyed their workshop You’re still feeling chuffed about how […]Read More
Wow! It’s now been 21 years since I started my consultancy business. I’m feeling very privileged and grateful to still be around and continuing to work with fabulous people just like you… Here’s a snapshot of my thoughts across the last 21 years and what we might see from here. […]Read More
What you can do before and during a workshop to give people in online groups a space to think Let’s look at this from a couple of perspectives, from helping online groups with their pre-workshop preparation, as well as what we can do within the workshop. Pre-workshop thinking In terms […]Read More
How to tap into the diversity of the group and increase online engagement In a recent post, The Three Point Check In, I shared a framework I’ve found particularly useful in helping to facilitate in the online space and increase online engagement. It comes from the work of Sam Kaner […]Read More
How to get the best out of yourself and your groups I want to share a framework I found particularly useful in helping to facilitate in the online space. It comes from the work of Sam Kaner from San Francisco. I’ve done some training with Sam, and he’s got some […]Read More