Facilitation

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:

  • You have a process design that identifies a clear purpose and outcomes
  • All participants have the opportunity to contribute
  • Your assumptions are ‘tested’ through having the situation viewed from a ‘fresh perspective’

Advanced facilitation with story

In preparation for their “Advanced Facilitation Story Workshop” in Perth on May 26th and 27th Bob Dick and Andrew Rixon are hosting a FREE “Practical Story Facilitation” webinar which is scheduled for Friday 4th May from 2-3pm AEST or 12-1pm Perth time. Are you interested in any of the following? […]

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Facilitation myths

I was lucky and honoured to be part of a panel of facilitators at the IAF conference. We were charged with the task of cracking open the lid on what we’ve often held dear as facilitation commandments. This was no ordinary panel either! Moderated by Andrew Rixon and including Noel […]

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First facilitation tip

As promised – my facilitation insights and tips from the International Association of Facilitators conference in Melbourne. Day 1 – full day workshop on designing processes for complex situations with Dorothy Strachan from Canada. Big facilitation insights for design: Think about who you’re designing the process for. What is their […]

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Facilitation tips from the IAF conference

Greetings from magnificent Melbourne! I’m here for the International Association of Facilitators conference,  being held at the historic Melbourne Town Hall. So why should this interest you? Well stick around for the next few days and you’ll get an ‘evening insight’ from the sessions I attend. We’ll kick off with some reflections on […]

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Facilitation tips and more – in the Summer newsletter

Hi folks – here’s your first newsletter from me for 2012. The Summer newsletter covers: Facilitation – Focusing your team on what really matters Community engagement – Three basics you should always stick with Building your team – Improving team performance Effective promotion – We all need recognition Looking forward […]

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Facilitation resources

If you attended the Australasian Facilitation Conference in Fremantle you’ll know that the conference had a strong spirit of collaborative learning. People came only and openly shared their experiences and insights about facilitation. Now if you weren’t there – don’t fret. Several of the conference speakers have made their material […]

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