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High-Performance Services

Workshop Facilitation:

What is a Meeting Facilitator?
The “facilitator” is a guide or “discussion leader” for the group. The process of facilitation is a way of providing leadership without taking the reigns. A facilitator’s job is to get others to assume responsibility and take the lead.
Some common definitions include: “A person who is acceptable to all group members, substantively neutral, and has no decision-making authority who helps a group improve the way it identifies and solves problems and makes decisions.” – adapted from Roger M. Schwarz OR “One who contributes structure and process to interactions so groups are able to function effectively and make high-quality decisions. A helper and enabler whose goal is to support others as they achieve exceptional performance.” – Ingrid Bens
What Does a Meeting Facilitator Focus On?
A facilitative leader focuses on both content and process. They are the “content and process leader.”
Content = What tasks, subjects, problems are being addressed
Process = How things are discussed

Team Offsite Design and Delivery

Offsite sessions help you get out of the day-to-day operational issues and to think differently about your business. Use them to update your view of the external environment, validate or evolve your vision, think with a longer strategic horizon, or get a new perspective on a particularly vexing problem.  Offsites are less appropriate for decision making.  Solicit ideas and stir things up, but try to reserve decisions for after sober second thought.