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About this course

Over the last decade and a half we have become renowned for the skills and expertise we bring in as workshop facilitators, where we

  • design processes and activities to create and hold spaces for people to come together,
  • to present, share, discuss and explore ideas around specific topics and ares of interest,
  • to identify and understand problems and issues,
  • to generate and prioritise solutions and strategies,
  • towards a common purpose, vision and goal.

FAQs

When do you need a facilitator?

A facilitator is useful when,

  • many people from small to large groups (of over even 100 people, and even representing different stakeholder interests) come together
  • to present, share, discuss, evaluate, review a lot of content
  • to solve problems, brainstorm, strategise,
  • towards a common goal, a set of priorities or action plans
  • over a period of time (1 hour to even 1 to 5 days)
What is the difference between facilitation, moderation and training?
  • Facilitators : are not always content experts, but are process experts, in being able to guide, shape and keeps on track, different ideas and conversations between many people, towards a common purpose. Facilitators designs the space and activities in such a way that it is inclusive, vibrant, interesting, informative and useful to all the participants. Through creative and interactive activities they find ways to share the knowledge in the room, to openly discuss and debate on different ideas, resolve conflicts, and find common solutions.
  • Moderators: have some in depth content knowledge of the topic under discussion, and generally through conversations and designed activities manage and shares the information in a concise and clear way to the audience. Please check here for more information and here for a specific example of moderation we have done recently.
  • Trainers: have in depth content expertise and have practical experience and theoretical knowledge of the topic they are training on. The trainer imparts this knowledge and experience, and creates a space in which the participants have an opportunity to learn, reflect and practice some of the knowledge and skills in the workshop or off line.
What are some examples workshops you have facilitated?

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What we want to discuss is very industry specific and highly technical. What if the facilitator doesn't have content expertise or domain knowledge?

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Our ExCo team of 6 members want to go away for 3 days to review and develop the annual strategy plan. How can a facilitator help?

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There will be many different stakeholders participating in this workshop. How can we have all those different interests discussed in the same room at the same time ?

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