Facilitation is a process that allows many views to come to the table in order to discover new ways forward that benefit those involved. Here the content comes from the participants as opposed to the facilitator who is there primarily to guide the group. Essentially, facilitation makes things easier.
Organisations may seek a facilitator when they have:
– Glyn Worth, Sussex University HR Manager
Facilitation can help groups move through lack of clarity, impasse, loss of motivation and even team tension.
Doing this within a group can lead to insights that:
These topics are particulrly prevalent during:
More broadly, I have worked with a number of groups ranging from four to forty attendees in a number of settings, from workplaces to community centres, covering a wide variety of socio-political topics in diverse environments.