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  • 1. Secrets of Facilitation Secrets From the Best
  • 2. Developing Facilitation Skills
    • We use facilitation skills to guide and direct key parts of our work.
    • A facilitator is someone who helps a group meet their goals.
  • 3. Three principles of facilitation
    • Draw out opinions and ideas
    • Focus on HOW, WHAT
    • Never take sides
  • 4. Encourage participation :
    • Check comfort level
    • Allow all ideas to be heard
    • Make members feel good about their contributions
    • Ideas and decisions should be group nominated
    • Be Supportive
  • 5. Why do you need facilitation skills?
    • Good planning
    • Keep members involved
    • Leadership opportunities
    • Increase skills
    • Good communication
    • Resolve conflicts
  • 6. Being a good facilitator includes :
    • Understanding goals
    • Keeping the group and the agenda moving forward
    • Involving everyone
    • Decisions are made democratically
  • 7. Planning a good process
    • Climate
    • Environment
    • Logistics
    • Room Arrangements
  • 8. Common Ground rules
    • One person at a time
    • Raise your hand
    • Listen to others
    • No mocking or attacking
    • Be on time
    • Respect each other
  • 9. The meeting process
    • Start on time
    • Welcome, thank everyone
    • Make introductions
    • Review agenda, objectives, and ground rules
    • Encourage participation
    • Stick to the agenda
  • 10. The meeting process (cont.)
    • Seek commitments
    • Bring closure to each item
    • Summarize results and follow-ups
    • Thank the participants
    • Close the meeting
  • 11. Preventing disruptions
    • Get agreement early
    • Listen and show respect
    • Show respect
    • Learn expectations
    • Stay cool
  • 12. Interventions for disrupters
    • Individual domination
    • Intimidation
    • Tension
    • Someone expressing doubts
    • Side conversations
    • If these fail
    • Last resort