Barb specializes in the following service areas: Group and process facilitation, strategic and organizational planning, community development and community engagement, training, public participation, team building, research and writing, research and consultation about leisure, culture, and recreation.
The success of a session can hinge on one moment of facilitation. A facilitator recognizes these moments and responds appropriately for the benefit of the group. This post is the third in my Short Series of Facilitation Moments; stories of
The success of a session can hinge on one moment of facilitation. A facilitator recognizes these moments and responds appropriately for the benefit of the group. I am writing a short series called “A Facilitation Moment” to share stories of
A facilitation moment. You know it! You are facilitating a group and this happens. ➡ A participant forcefully challenges an activity.➡ A participant challenges you or someone else about an idea.➡ A individual stands up and yells at everyone.And so
A simile, metaphor, and analogy arrived in a workshop. It’s not a joke! These techniques make wonderful facilitation tools. I recently facilitated a two-hour session to help members of a leadership team review, understand, and re-commit to their strategic plan.