Facilitation training is often overlooked, but we all know that a cornerstone leadership element is the art of facilitation.
It is estimated that 30 billion dollars is spent each year in the United States on unproductive or poorly run meetings.
We have all experienced meetings that are never ending, have no purpose, or which never reach consensus. Even worse, meetings where the “elephant in the room” is never addressed. For any meeting to be effective, it is crucial that it has skillfully facilitated.
Each meeting needs to be designed and executed to be productive, ensuring delivering on clear goals, objectives, shared vision and commitment.
- Facilitation in virtual, large and small group, and cross-functional settings
- Finding common ground
- Gaining shared vision
- Gaining commitment
- How to facilitate brainstorming sessions
- How to achieve full participation
- Dealing with dysfunction
Who should attend:
- Those who are interested in a learning how to better facilitate effective meetings.