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:
Your Winter Facilitation Newsletter is out soon! If you’re looking to improve your skills in: Facilitation Community engagement Building teams Effective promotion ..then you’re in the right place! In your Winter Newsletter, find out about: How to double your survey response rate Measuring effectiveness of your community engagement processes Team […]Read More
At last! The moment you’ve been waiting for…with greater theatre than a Black Caviar finish at Royal Ascot… In a moment you can hear about the results from the Global Facilitation Survey. Here’s a snapshot: Responses came primarily from Australia as well as New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore, Vietnam and […]Read More
One of the BIG questions I get asked when running the Crash Course in Facilitation is….”what are your tips for dealing with difficult participants?” Great question – and there’s usually a multi-step answer. The first step is to understand ‘difficult’. Is the participant going out of their way to be […]Read More
Are you working with groups and teams? Facing challenges? It’s time to talk. This Global Facilitation Survey will bring together the key challenges that facilitators like you are facing right around the world. Please take just 11 minutes of your time to complete the survey. Once done you’ll get instant […]Read More
This video from Julian Treasure gives some excellent insights on how to improve your listening skills…and attitudes. Think of how you can apply (and practise) these skills to become a better facilitator! And when you do, let me know how it went – it will make a great article for […]Read More
I’m here in the ever-growing Bunbury facilitating a two ultra-intensive Crash Course in Facilitation. A useful tool in the planning of the program has been POP. Purpose – what am I here to do? Outcome – at the end of the day, what needs to have happened? Process – how […]Read More