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Goal: Creating an environment for heightened group engagement by the use of tools and exercises to enhance discussion and decision making.

Facilitation: Mining the thoughts and ideas of a group in a systematic fashion, so that each group member is contributing to the output in a quality manner.

Diverse ideas lead to broader possibilities in the marketplace. Understanding the differences, utilizing decision-making models and adapting processes so all members can contribute to the synergistic team output will result in more effective meetings.


  • Agenda
  • Ice Breakers
  • Time Management
  • Decision-Making Model
  • Team Purpose
  • Team Goals
  • Accountabilities and Time Line
  • Evaluation for Continuous Improvement
  • Reward for Milestone Achievements
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Parking Lot
  • Discussion
  • Exercises
  • Interactivity
  • Parliamentary Procedures


Facilitation is nothing more than
"Keeping The Train on The Tracks so it can reach its Destination!"

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Facilitation Techniques that Work!
Learning Objectives:
    • The Disciplines of Facilitation
    • Experience Disciplines
    • Develop Meeting Template
    • Learn What is Meant by Intervention
    • Understand "Stages of Group"
    • Develop "Process Observation Skills"

Mining Group Gold - Effective Meeting Structure
Learning Objectives:
    • Create Structure
    • Develop a Meeting Template
    • Understand "Stages of Group"
    • Learn Meeting Facilitation Techniques
    • Develop "Process Observation Skills"

Coaching Employees for Success
Learning Objectives:
    • Improve Development Communication
    • Understand How To Give Effective Feedback
    • Understand the Importance of Improvement Action Plans
    • How to Conduct Performance Analysis
    • Coaching or Recognition

Meeting Agenda Management Tools and Processes
Learning Objectives:
    • Utilizing a Meeting Agenda Template
    • Understanding the difference between Information Processing and Information Sharing
    • Tightly managing meetings according to pre-determined timeframes
    • Conducting engaging meetings and actualizing goals

Learning how to manage actions items so progress is made and goals are achieved
Learning Objectives:
    • Implementing a Follow Up template
    • Creating a process to track goals and benchmarks