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Good questions to facilitate change

Gijs van Wulfen writes on LinkedIn There are no old roads to new directions. You should be looking for disruptive ways to really innovate your company. He also gives seven provoking questions to get closer to real change. Excellent questions to use as a facilitator to move your group forward! What would we do if … Continue reading

It’s not the experience, it’s the reflection

I am attending Thiagi ‘s interactive training strategies course these days. It offers lots of good practical tools. One of today’s learning is about experiences through games, exercise, simulations etc. It’s actually not the experience that offers learning, it’s the reflection that follows the experience. Thiagi shared six phases for debriefing: – How do you … Continue reading

Intercultural facilitation techniques

In May I attended the faciliteringsdagarna in Gothenburg. Two highly interactive and inspiring days with plenary sessions and smaller workshops. All sessions had a link to facilitation and the over 100 participants all had experience with facilitation either in their roles as leaders, project managers, or consultants. The atmosphere was one of sharing and giving … Continue reading

Facilitator: architect, pilot and guide

In case you are wondering what I mean with working as a facilitator, this short video from the International Institute of Facilitation and Change (IIFAC) explains it very well. It describes the role of a facilitator as an architect, pilot and guide.