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How to Facilitate

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It is the skill of drawing every member to actively discuss a particular topic, leading to a group consensus and actionable response from each participant

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How to Facilitate

  1. 1. FACILITATION Workshop
  2. 2. What is Facilitation? It is the skill of drawing every member to actively discuss a particular topic, leading to a group consensus and actionable response from each participant
  3. 3. What is Facilitation? It is the skill of drawing every member to actively discuss a particular topic, leading to a group consensus and actionable response from each participant
  4. 4. What is Facilitation? It is the skill of drawing every member to actively discuss a particular topic, leading to a group consensus and actionable response from each participant
  5. 5. What is Facilitation? It is the skill of drawing every member to actively discuss a particular topic, leading to a group consensus and actionable response from each participant
  6. 6. Teaching Facilitating Teacher centered Participant centered Teacher provides most of the ideas Facilitator draws ideas from participants Teacher does most of the talking, while participants take down notes Participants do most of the talking, facilitator keeps discussion focused and alive Teacher is the subject-matter expert Facilitator is the process (facilitation) expert Teacher is more concerned with effectiveness of delivery and content Facilitator is more concerned with management of group discussion and learning
  7. 7. Six Rules Facilitating a Productive Discussion
  8. 8. 1Explain the Guidelines
  9. 9. 1 Explain the Guidelines CCF Discipleship Covenant 1. Confidentiality 2. Honesty 3. Respect 4. Intercession 5. Spiritual Growth 6. Timothies
  10. 10. 2Encourage others to talk
  11. 11. 3Be an active listener
  12. 12. 4Ask the right questions
  13. 13. 4 Ask the right questions 1. Open-Ended Questions 2. Greater Response Questions • Describe • Summarize • Explain • Exploratory 3. Redirection Questions 4. Feedback and Clarification Questions
  14. 14. 5 Respond appropriately to questions and comments
  15. 15. 5 Respond appropriately to questions and comments 1. Responding Skills • Paraphrasing • Summarizing • KKK: Kiss, Kick, Kiss 2. Handling difficult Persons • Heckler • Rambler • Obstinate • Mummy • Know it All • Conversationalist
  16. 16. Heckler Magulo/Makulit
  17. 17. Rambler Ma-istorya
  18. 18. Obstinate Tigas Ulo
  19. 19. Mummy Dedma
  20. 20. Know it All DMA
  21. 21. Conversationalist Ma-Chika
  22. 22. 6 Conclude by asking each one for a practical application
  23. 23. 6 Conclude by asking each one for a practical application 1. Personal 2. Specific 3. Measurable 4. Achievable 5. Realistic 6. Time Bound
  24. 24. “People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care” John c. Maxwell

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