Fabulous Facilitation skills are essential for anyone seeking to guide people Fabulous Facilitation Skillsthrough a process of learning or change. Fabulous Facilitators enable all members of the group to participate to encourage them learn from each other and use their collective wisdom to develop solutions to which they are committed. Facilitation encourages greater participation and responsibility for decisions and so through facilitation, group members gain confidence and begin to value their own expertise and skills.

Facilitation involves encouraging and creating and environment that enables many forms of interaction between individuals, such as clarification,
conflict management and planning.

This Fabulous Facilitation Skills  Training Course provides development for facilitators who facilitate meetings, team briefings and training events and want to ensure maximum participation, contribution, and commitment from the individuals involved. This Fabulous Facilitation Skills workshop will provide you with a complete toolkit of techniques to enable you to make meetings and training sessions productive varied, and fun

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Duration 1 day.

A practical workshop which provides the opportunity to identify and overcome the roadblocks to effective facilitation

This event provides training for facilitators who facilitate meetings, team briefings and training events and want to ensure maximum participation, contribution, and commitment from the individuals involved

Fabulous Facilitation Skills Training Course Content

Exploring the characteristics of effective facilitation

  • How facilitation differs from teaching or instruction
  • Consultation, inquiry & empowerment methods of engagement
  • Encouraging contributions and recognising the value of contributions
  • Avoiding the temptation to take control
  • Focusing conversation
  • Recognising external and internal barriers to positive participation
  • Conflict – task conflict, process conflict and personal conflict. Recognising signs of difficulty and encouraging members to take on responsibility for what
    is happening in the group.
  • Techniques to promote process thinking
  • Fabulous facilitation tools: Generating creative ideas with a toolbox of proven methods
  • Redefining conflict –¬†allowing appropriate conflict and keeping disagreement from becoming personal
  • Silencing with the LOUDEST voice in the room tips for managing dominant people
  • Anticipating questions and framing answers
  • Gaining commitment to outcomes