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8618 Asus Facilitator Community 1st Meeting

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8618 Asus Facilitator Community 1st Meeting

  1. 1. ASUS Facilitator Community June 18, 2008 Steven Tseng 1
  2. 2. What happen in the meeting? 2
  3. 3. Why Facilitation? • Do meetings in your organization tend to go awry? • Are they too long? Too unfocused? • How do people feel after meetings? • Do you wish the decisions made in meetings were actually implemented? 3
  4. 4. Why Facilitation? Because facilitation helps to – Produce higher quality work – Produce higher quality work – Build a broader base of support for timely – Build a broader base of support for timely implementation implementation – Integrate knowledge, background, and – Integrate knowledge, background, and interests interests – Eliminate conflicts – Eliminate conflicts – Solve complex and difficult problems – Solve complex and difficult problems – Make better decisions – Make better decisions – Share information – Share information – Plan work – Plan work – Create buy-in – Create buy-in 4
  5. 5. Why a Facilitator? Because Facilitator helps to – Keep the group stay focused on its tasks – Keep the group stay focused on its tasks – Explore the situation more fully – Explore the situation more fully – Minimize interpersonal conflict unrelated to – Minimize interpersonal conflict unrelated to task task – Work through conflicts – Work through conflicts – Build openness – Build openness – Support within the group – Support within the group – Collaborate with clients, community members, – Collaborate with clients, community members, or politicians or politicians – Develop processes – Develop processes 5
  6. 6. What is a Facilitator? • Facilitator is someone helps a group to accomplish its goals. • Facilitator is someone helps the group work effectively together through knowledge of process and how the process relates to the content and the context of the group and through interpersonal and communication skills and knowledge. 6
  7. 7. Ability of Facilitator To achieve outstanding facilitated sessions, a facilitator needs to build up the Skill, Knowledge, and Experience. 7
  8. 8. What’s the Difference (between Presenter and Facilitator)? • Focus – Facilitators focus on the participants. • Control – Facilitators share control. • Credibility – Facilitators derive credibility from more than subject matter expertise. 8
  9. 9. To be a part of ASUS history or just a passenger? 9
  10. 10. If we don’t go now, we’ll never, ever go anywhere. 10
  11. 11. Ready, Set, Go! 11

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