FACILITATION

A neutral facilitator makes the difference between a ‘talk-shop’ and an efficient workshop that delivers actionable results.

Relax and let a facilitator do it for you.

GET A FACILITATOR

Generate collective ideas and decisions that have support and commitment

A facilitator makes it easy for participants to contribute their best

  • Uses tools and processes to harness the transformative power of collective intelligence
  • Energizes, engages and connects attendees so they collaborate to achieve common goals and outcomes

Workshop facilitation

Makes the difference between a ‘talk-shop’ and a workshop
that engages everyone to achieve common goals and deliver actionable results

HOW WE WORK

BEFORE THE MEETING

Ask Questions
To understand your needs and objectives for the event
Collaboration
We’ll work with you at the planning stage for full alignment
Contact speakers
Personally contacts speakers to ensure effective preparation and follow-up
Planning
Meticulous planning of facilitation tools, processes and layout to set your event up for success

DURING THE MEETING

Active Participation
Energises, engages and encourages all participants so everyone contributes their best
Process by Design
Using the tools selected from the planning phase, unlocks the collective intelligence and creativity of the group to generate real breakthroughs
Visual Support
Using a range of somatic and visual tools, the facilitator makes it easy for participants to generate actionable results
Time & Topic
Maintains focus on outcomes, deliverables and timing so the event stays on track and you get the results you need
Clarify and summarize
Records, clarifies and summarizes in a way everyone can understand and agrees with

AFTER THE MEETING

Workshop Report
If you wish, we’ll develop a summary of the outcomes after the event
Visual Record
You will receive all visual materials created during the workshop as a visual record of the outcomes.
Follow-up
If you need follow-up support after the event, let me know!

Let’s talk!

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