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📒Facilitation Skills Training ✍ Kimberly Devlin
✏Facilitation Skills Training Book Summary : Help them make the most out of every meeting. Rambling group discussions, tangential concerns, difficult attendees, and unclear objectives can all derail a facilitated event—and often do. But more than just learning how to avoid the pitfalls, effective facilitators ease the way for groups to achieve desired outcomes, redirect them to constructive paths, and rally commitment to action plans. Expert trainer and facilitator Kimberly Devlin has designed interactive half-day, one-day, and two-day workshops to develop the essential skills of facilitating meetings that inspire, engage, and get results. Complete with all the activities, handouts, assessments, and presentation slides you will need to accelerate learning, these programs make planning your next workshop easy, whether you are new to facilitation or a seasoned pro. About the Series The ATD Workshop Series is written for trainers by trainers, because no one knows workshops as well as the practitioners who have done it all. Each publication weaves in today’s technology and accessibility considerations and provides a wealth of new content that can be used to create a training experience like no other.
📒Facilitation Skills ✍ Frances Bee
✏Facilitation Skills Book Summary : Who are going to be keenest to use what they've just learned; the people you told, or the people you helped work it out for themselves? Which change is going to deliver the fastest results; the one that was imposed or the one that you helped a team develop and agree for itself? Facilitation is an essential skill for learning professionals and managers who want to deliver lasting and productive results. As a facilitator you can maximise performance by tapping into the experience, potential and enthusiaism of an organisation's people. By empowering individuals and teams to take responsibility for their own learning and achievements you can dramatically increase their chances of success. Frances and Roland Bee discuss the role, skills and processes of group facilitation and show you how to: - refine core skills such as rapport building, active listening and effective questioning - design learning events that are really learner-centred - use practical techniques for getting groups started, generating ideas and solving problems - overcome concerns about loss of control - handle challenging situations such as lack of engagement, cynicism and anger. One of the most valuable people in any organisation is the one who can help others solve problems, change and develop. This book gives you the skills to become that facilitator.
✏Developing Facilitation Skills a handbook for group facilitators 3rd ed Book Summary :
📒How To Lead Work Teams ✍ Fran Rees
✏How To Lead Work Teams Book Summary : Completely revised and updated! Develop the skills that are key for becoming a successful team leader! Now in its second edition, How to Lead Work Teams shows you step by step, how to develop the powerful facilitaion skills that will help make you an outstanding leader, coach, motivator and facilitator. Includes great tools and techniques to help you put these skills into action today! Using Rees's innovative L.E.A.D. model you can become a team leader who: * Leads with a clear purpose. Articulate your team's goals and purpose and encourage open and thoughtful discussion (including disagreement), brainstorming, and active listening. * Empowers to participate. Encourage team members to communicate in ways that enhance teamwork and achieve results. * Aims for consensus. Reach consensus by taking the time for questioning, listening, clarifying, augmenting, summarizing, and documenting. * Directs the process. Lead the process of communication both inside and outside your team. "The new edition hits the nail on the head. Every employee who works as a member of a team needs to learn facilitation skills. How to Lead Work Teams explains and describes skills and practical techniques in a very readable way." --Judith C. Tingley, president, Performance Improvement Pros, Inc.
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📒Facilitation Skills ✍ Stone eLearning
✏Facilitation Skills Book Summary : Facilitation is often referred to as the new cornerstone of management philosophy. With its focus on fairness and creating an easy decision making process. Creating a comfortable environment through better facilitation will give your participants a better understanding of what a good facilitator can do to improve any meeting or gathering. The Facilitation Skills workshop can help any organization make better decisions. This workshop will give participants an understanding of what facilitation is all about, as well as some tools that they can use to facilitate small meetings. A strong understating of how a facilitator can command a room and dictate the pace of a meeting will have your participants on the road to becoming great facilitators themselves.
📒Facilitation Skills For Ministry ✍ Jo Whitehead
✏Facilitation Skills for Ministry Book Summary : This book is designed for those who wish to encourage and empower through their leadership skills. Facilitation is about managing process - drawing people in, enabling them to contribute and holding the boundaries and values of a context to create a safe and productive place. Many ministry training courses do not teach facilitation skills per se and ministers are often left to learn on the job. Some become effective facilitators through reflection on their practice, others develop tacit skills. Many others flounder when it comes to facilitating effectively and participatively. In a culture where ministry roles increasingly involve community involvement and working with congregations who expect to participate in decision making and ministry, this skill set is one that is increasingly needed. This is particularly important in pioneer contexts where a more team-based approach is the norm.
✏Group Education and Facilitation Skills in Healthcare Settings A Successful Diabetes Handbook Book Summary :
📒Rees Trio How To Lead Work Teams ✍ Fran Rees
✏Rees Trio How to Lead Work Teams Book Summary : Improve group results as a successful leader-facilitator Now you can reap the benefits of a more facilitative, participative style of leadership! How to Lead Work Teams will help you increase cooperation and job satisfaction, raise productivity and quality levels, and gain a more favorable view of your leadership abilities through facilitation. It describes exactly what facilitation is and what it is not and how to do it effectively. It shows you how to: Involve others, build consensus, and get commitment Help others solve problems and make decisions Use the knowledge and experience of all employees Develop and lead a team Use group process to run effective team meetings This book is especially helpful for someone who is new to managing or leading a team. It will also help experienced team leaders refine the role of leader-facilitator. And it will help team members understand how facilitation works and how they can enhance the process. To read the first chapter from this book, click here.
📒Facilitation Skills ✍ Gregory Bryan Putz
✏Facilitation Skills Book Summary : The facilitation process - Your job as facilitator - The role of the participants - What's the issue? - Wha are our concerns? - Any posible solutions? - Our criteria? - Wha's our action? - Check? - Getting started - You and the leader - Pre-meeting logistics & the room - Flipcharts and other visual tools - The first meeting - Building consensos - Handling conflict - Getting participation - Building trust - Managing your stress.