We have developed a variety of useful, informative and inexpensive digital downloads to help you and your organisation work even more effectively.
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Well-formed questions are one of the most important tools a facilitator can use. A well-chosen, intentional question that supports a group to move towards its purpose is at the heart of the facilitation process. Good questions are worth their weight in gold.
Action Learning Sets are a useful, flexible and effective tool for facilitating learning and development and can be applied in successfully managing a variety of personal and professional issues and challenges. Action Learning Sets provide a simple structure to enable people to come together and explore challenges/problems, to learn from each other’s experience and to improve professional practice as a result.
This guide is written for those looking to use the services of a facilitator to help a group/organisation achieve results. As well as helping you think about your situation and what you would want to achieve by hiring a facilitator, this guide also provides a series of useful questions to help you assess the skill and suitability of any potential facilitator.
Choosing to invest in coaching for yourself or your team is an important decision aimed at enhancing performance. This guide will help you in making the decision to engage a Coach and will support you in maximising the impact of coaching for you and your organisation.
There is no myth or magic to minute taking! Minutes are simply notes taken during a meeting/event to remind people of the discussion and agreements / decisions reached. Minutes don’t need to be long or complicated, in language written to impress or have perfect grammar. They must however record clearly, simply and accurately the decisions made at the meeting and who is going to action those decisions.
On the face of it, recording contributions from group participants on flipchart is a fairly easy task. After all, it is just writing ‘stuff’ on a big sheet of paper! Like anything, when it is done well, it looks effortless. Done badly, it’s the kind of car crash facilitation that leaves participants running for cover.
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