Facilitation model

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Facilitation model

  1. 1. The Facilitation ModelMeaning Caring,, Nourishing Responsive tates S c ing 4. Meta Questions In du 7. 2. Listening 1. Supporting 6. Receiving Feedback Challenging/Stretching 3. Questioning 5. Giving Feedback Performance
  2. 2. The Facilitation Skills1. Supporting2. Listening3. Questioning4. Meta-Questioning5. Giving Feedback6. Receiving Feedback7. Inducing States
  3. 3. Supporting#1 You need to be ok with an emotion in order to support someone in it#2 Supporting means holding the space for someone to be truly honest with him/herself#3 Supporting does not equal taking over responsibility. It’s a combination between empathy and empowerment. And it requires healthy boundaries.
  4. 4. Listening#1 Matching isn’t just for rapport. It also gives you valuable information about your client’s “mental whereabouts”#2 Listening is done with your ears, eyes, and physiology#3 You listen best when you are in the NRK NRK- state (Judith Delozier)
  5. 5. Your Matrix for Supporting and Listening In groups of 2, explore your matrix forunleashing your supporting and listening skills. What beliefs and understandings? What situations/triggers interfere with listening and supporting?

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