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  • 1. Facilitation 101 LMJ Strategic Coaching Linda Johnson, MA www.lmjstrategic.com Copyright 2009 LMJ Strategic Coaching . All rights reserved
  • 2.
    • Prepare your opening to the group. It should include:
    • The purpose (Your objective)
    • The process (What they are going to do)
    • The payoff (What they are going to get)
    • The presenter information( Why you are making the presentation)
    Guidelines for Facilitation
  • 3.
    • ALWAYS have an agenda. Review and clarify roles with the group. See enclosed agenda sample.
    • Focus your attention on the goals of the group
    • Keep the meeting on track and stick to your timeframe
    Guidelines for Facilitation Cont:
  • 4.
    • AGENDA SHOULD INCLUDE:
    • WELCOME
    • INTRODUCTION
    • OVERVIEW OF OBJECTIVES
    • PRESENTATION
    • CLOSING
    Agenda Sample
  • 5. Engaging Participants
  • 6.
    • Use questions to redirect, probe, and clarify participant’s contribution. See Examples:
    • How would you describe what you’d like to accomplish in this meeting
    • What are you working on right now that you are excited about?
    • What have you accomplished since we last met
    Engaging Participants Cont:
  • 7.
    • See enclosed worksheet.
    Managing Dysfunction in the Group
  • 8.
    • Ask open questions like:
    • How can I support you?
    • What could I do to help better us achieve our goals for the meeting?
    • What makes the most sense about what we’ve covered so far?
    Keeping Aligned
  • 9.
    • Let the group be the last to talk.
    • What have you appreciated most from the time we have spent together today?
    • What have been the two or three benefits you’ve received from this meeting today?
    • In what ways will you be able to apply what you have learned?
    Meeting Closers
  • 10.
    • Books to Read:
    • The Skilled Facilitator by Roger Schwartz
    • The Secrets of Facilitation” The S.M.A.R.T Guide to Getting Results by Michael Wilkinson
    Resources
  • 11.
    • Worksheet developed by Vance Engleman, Director, Options International August 1992 Adapted from: How to Make Meeting Work by Michael Doyle and David Straus
    • Oakley, E. and D. Krug. Enlightened Leadership: Getting to the Heart of Change, (1991) Simon & Shuster
    References