Facilitating meetings and workshops

Meeting & Faciliation Skills Training

About this training

As management styles evolve, and collaborative teams become the norm, facilitation skills are increasingly important for managers and specialists. This hands-on seminar is for managers and specialists who currently, or expect to, facilitate meetings, workshops and conferences. Typical participants are looking to acquire new and proven tools to deliver outcome-oriented meetings  and boost their confidence when facing the unexpected.

Meet objectives through real participation – which leads to tangible buy-in.

Your outcomes

  • Develop your understanding and appreciation of the role of the facilitator and the tangible benefits that effective facilitation bring
  • Develop a checklist for effectively preparing to facilitate
  • Practice a wide range of facilitation methods
  • Develop and implement a process for facilitating
  • Prepare to manage the unexpected
  • Set the scene for transferring your newly acquired facilitation skills back to your workplace

Training content

  • Facilitating – what does it really mean?
  • Valuing the benefits of effective facilitating
  • Identifying key values, attitudes, skills and behaviors needed by an effective facilitator
  • Setting the scene for successful facilitation
  • Understanding the facilitation rainbow
  • Selecting and implementing appropriate facilitation methods
  • Sharpening fundamental communication skills
  • Validating, valuing and giving feedback
  • Revitalizing the group
  • Managing difficult people in difficult situations
  • Mastering the facilitation process
  • Transferring training into the work place

Learn to plan, guide and manage a group event.

Build confidence in your facilitation skills.

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