|For you who understand the importance of managing and facilitating workshops and meetings where the participants feel they are heard. Facilitation can be essential to conduct a good workshop or get the tough decisions decided in a good way. At a time when meetings dominate the organizational culture, it becomes even more important to ensure that the meetings are effective and relevant.
Grasp the role of facilitator and learn about participant behavior and various forms of meeting management.
Furthermore, you will raise your awareness on the development within a team – and you will be given concrete advice on how to handle conflicts when they arise.
Target Group for facilitation
You might work with implementing improvements in your organization, perhaps not full time, but enough till you have realized that it can be difficult to create effective meetings, with all the different opinions and emotions, involved in the process. You have learned that it can be difficult to stay the course, despite all the good intentions, and you might lack good advice to handle similar situations.
You lack concrete tools for structuring and scheduling meetings and workshops. Inspiration for how to rearrange the organization’s meeting culture. Or you may lack knowledge and tools to handle employee’s various competencies and opinions in meetings and workshops.
What will you learn?
You will be able to lead and facilitate workshops and meetings in your organization. Both in situations where the workshop is formally convened as well as meetings with the informal talk where a sudden a dialogue occurs. You will be strengthened in recognizing and using participants’ different interests.
Content in bullets
- The role as facilitator
- Participant behavior
- Meeting Management
- The team’s development
- The conflict staircase
- Participation on a work-day where you present and receive feedback on your homework assignment.