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:
A quick read for you today… Me and my bestie, Cynthia Mahoney have just finished our inaugural, first ever, premiere program of ‘Facilitate Standout Online Success’. It generated some fantastic sharing of ideas, tips and processes to use with groups online. (BTW – Many of the principles can be used […]Read More
This is a summary of my recent interview with ABC Radio, talking about my take on the Farm Business Resilience (FBR) program. The interviewer wanted my perspective on the Federal Government announcement about the Future Drought Fund and its plans to spend $20 million in the first year to help […]Read More
How to use Turning Points for instructive insights I was first introduced to the Turning Points exercise by Bob Dick at an advanced facilitation workshop. In simple terms Turning Points can be used to improve trust within the team through reflection and safe disclosure. I’ve also used it as a […]Read More
The importance of maintaining energy when facilitating a group online ‘What are your biggest challenges in facilitating a group online?’ This was the focus of an impromptu session from a facilitation training workshop I held back in 2017. A key challenge raised by participants was, “How do we maintain the […]Read More
Applying your facilitation experience to the online environment Get tips, tools and feedback on what works that you can easily adapt to online facilitation. Join me on Wednesday April 29th for brief online workshop designed to provide you with some ‘grab and go’ light-bulb moments. Outcomes: i. Have a suite […]Read More
The importance of knowing what’s going on around you as a facilitator Not long ago, I ran a ‘Facilitation Master Class’ for staff of a key client in Victoria. One of the topics was ‘trends and changes in facilitation.’ It was an interesting area for me to reflect on, thinking […]Read More