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This interactive course gives you the opportunity to learn and practice facilitation skills with the help and support of an experienced facilitator.
This course is currently only available for a group (4+) of delegates. Please contact us for further information.
Being a facilitator is the skilful act of helping people through a range of group activities such as meetings, brainstorming sessions or training, with the intention that the individuals and group achieves the specific goals of the session. The facilitator will, by their presence and input, make things easier for the group and individuals within.
This interactive course gives you the opportunity to learn AND practice facilitation skills with the help and support of an experienced facilitator.
Increased engagement and group dynamics – a well facilitated meeting or other group session will ensure that everyone’s contribution is valued and considered.
Increased balance in terms of contribution to meetings – The group will be ‘managed’ to ensure that there is a balance of contribution between the more and the less vocal members.
Increased interest in meetings and other group sessions – Employees are more likely to enjoy attending meetings and group sessions if they know that they are going to be effectively run and managed.
Improved goal achievement – The facilitator will have the skills to effectively manage a group to work towards achieving intended goals.
This course is ideal for all supervisors, managers, team leaders, sales people and other employees who have a responsibility to manage meetings and lead groups towards successful conclusions, goals and objectives.
If you have four or more delegates who need this course, or any of our other courses, we can offer a tailored training solution to meet your exact needs. Courses are held either at one of our training venues or on-site using a suitable meeting room.
To improve your skills in facilitating groups for the benefit of achieving or surpassing the objective of group sessions, such as meetings and brainstorming.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
The role of a skilled facilitator
The behavioural skills of a facilitator
Facilitation methods and tools
Structuring facilitative sessions
Planning a facilitation session
Interventions and levels of intervention
Questioning techniques and listening skills
The importance of the facilitator’s behaviour
Tools for effective group problem-solving
Appropriately managing conflict
The opportunity to practise facilitation skills