The Fast Facilitator

Author: Anthony Landale
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351889818
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When you take on responsibility for other people you need a framework to understand and address how they think, feel and behave. Facilitation provides that framework. It doesn't offer you proscriptive solutions; instead it uses, proven principles and practice to enable you to get the best out of each of the people with whom you are working. As a facilitator, you also need to be able to adapt your style and approach to the situation you are in. This requires good self-awareness and a solid understanding of your role and responsibilities. Once this is in place you can then start to facilitate teams, coach colleagues and train groups effectively. In Anthony Landale and Mica Douglas's The Fast Facilitator, the authors have established a format based around both the core skills that facilitators need to develop as well as the issues they will have to face at work. It is divided into three parts - Essential Facilitation, Groups and Team Facilitation and Creative Facilitation - offering material to suit all facilitators whatever their level of expertise. The manual will help you develop your own understanding of facilitation as well as providing interventions and activities that you can use with others. It includes: ¢ Theoretical insights and models to help you understand the dynamics of people management; ¢ Activities, exercises, games and practice sessions which managers or trainers can use with their groups to build skills around work issues; ¢ Coaching ideas and techniques for managers who may want extra guidance when working one-to-one with team members; and ¢ A wealth of techniques, reading sources, inspirational ideas and practical exercises for the facilitator's own self-development. The Fast Facilitator illustrates the competencies that practising facilitators need to develop and shows just how this distinctive approach can make a real difference to the way people operate and the outcomes that can be achieved in organizations.

Programmatic Eis For Accomplishing Expanded Civilian Nuclear Energy Research And Development And Isotope Production Missions In The United States Including The Role Of The Fast Flux Test Facility

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The Secrets Of Facilitation

Author: Michael Wilkinson
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118429524
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The Results Facilitator

Author: Marvin T. Howell
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482252368
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A facilitator has been traditionally defined as someone who helps a group of people understand their objectives, and assists them in planning to achieve them, without taking a position in the discussion. Recently, the International Standards Organization’s (ISO’s) implementation and other long-term, multi-year team involvement has challenged neutrality in all cases and has created a new type of facilitator, the results facilitator. The Results Facilitator: Expert, Manager, Mentor identifies the skills, training, and education that today’s facilitators must possess. Outlining the new role of the facilitator, it presents powerful tools and techniques that can help facilitators achieve success. Continuous learning is a must and should follow the model-Learn-Practice-Evaluate-Act. The book demonstrates the use of Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for measuring progress toward achieving the objectives of a long-term program. It also supplies authoritative guidance on how to effectively plan, conduct, and complete meeting responsibilities. What can go wrong for a facilitator is outlined and methods to eliminate or mitigate these undesired situations are shown. The text details the core competencies that have been established by the International Institute for Facilitators (INIFAC) as well as the International Association of Facilitators (IAF). It shows where improvements can be made in each and recommends a joint IAF and INIFAC effort to consolidate into one facilitator’s competency list. The book explains the need for an additional phase to the Tuckman’s Group Dynamic Model. It shows several coaching processes including how to use the Toyota Production System’s Kata for team improvement. The chapters have a facilitator exercise at the ends to help the reader apply their new knowledge to build their confidence and knowledge.

Facilitation Basics 2nd Edition

Author: Donald V. McCain
Editor: Association for Talent Development
ISBN: 1607284901
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Stop presenting and start facilitating meaningful learning. Whether you are a subject matter expert who occasionally takes on a trainer role, a trainer who wants to build on solid presentation skills, or anywhere in between, Facilitation Basics will help you create supportive and effective learning. This complete how-to guide is designed to improve your facilitation proficiency so you can give face-to-face as well as online and virtual classroom learners your best. Part of ATD’s Training Basics series, this publication offers practical examples, worksheets, and tools that make workplace learning easy and rewarding. You’ll walk away with proven facilitation techniques and a deeper understanding of how to manage difficult participants and use media to support learning. This refreshed second edition will guide you through how to: - enhance your skills as a facilitator - create supportive and effective learning environments for face-to-face and online learners - ensure learning is transferred to the job. About the Training Basics Series ATD’s Training Basics series provides a baseline explanation of the theories and concepts behind featured topics, as well as instructions for their practical day-to-day application in the workplace. Additional titles include Adult Learning Basics, Competency-Based Training Basics, the second edition of Training Design Basics, and Virtual Training Basics.

Facilitation Basics

Author: Donald V. McCain
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562863616
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Whether you are a subject matter expert who occasionally takes on a training role or a trainer or subject matter expert who wants to build on already solid facilitation skills, Facilitation Basics will show you how to how to guide learners and meeting participants in a safe and supportive atmosphere. With its dozens of practical examples, worksheets, checklists, and other tools, this book focuses squarely on learners and participants and how to be an efficient and effective facilitator of well-designed meetings and other learning events.

The Voice Dialogue Facilitator S Handbook Part 1

Author: Miriam Dyak
Editor: New World Library
ISBN: 1608683621
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The first textbook written for learning Voice Dialogue facilitation, a method for working with consciousness created by Drs. Hal and Sidra Stone, authors of "Embracing Our Selves," "Embracing Each Other," "Embracing Your Inner Critic," and "The Shadow King." This Handbook is designed to make Voice Dialogue facilitation easy and rewarding. Every part of a Voice Dialogue session is described in detail with lots of sample facilitations that explore the energetic dynamics between a facilitator and his/her client.

Extreme Facilitation

Author: Suzanne Ghais
Editor: Jossey-Bass
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This book presents a method that helps large, unwieldy, adversarial, and apparently dysfunctional groups achieve consensus and reach objectives on divisive and contentious issues no matter how long the group has been struggling. The author shows how extreme facilitation - which puts on the emphasis on creativity, flexibility, and customization - can change how group members interact with one another and how participants view the issues even in the most challenging and exceptionally difficult situations. Topics covered include the preparatory phases of the process, including assessment, convening, and contracting, process design and tips for handling challenging situations.

Dictatorship And Revolution

Author: Aurora Javate de Dios
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Fifth Ieee International Symposium On Requirements Engineering

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This title identifies the purpose of a software system and the contexts in which it will be used. The program bridges the real world needs of users, customers, and others affected by a software system with the capabilities and opportunities afforded by software-intensive technologies.

Q C Trends

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Fast Innovation Achieving Superior Differentiation Speed To Market And Increased Profitability

Author: Michael L. George, Sr.
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
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Provides strategies for speeding innovation and getting to market. This work explains why it usually takes so long for innovations to reach the market, and why they often fail. It also helps readers learn how to: achieve faster, more controllable time-to-market; generate highly differentiated products, services, or experiences; and more.

The Facilitator S Fieldbook

Author: Tom Justice
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814420117
File Size: 42,86 MB
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The Facilitator's Fieldbook has long been the go-to resource for novice and experienced facilitators alike. The book gives managers, trainers, and group leaders in any industry the step-by-step procedures, checklists, guidelines, samples, and templates they need to make any group work like a well-oiled machine. Comprehensive and practical, The Facilitator's Fieldbook covers all the key areas including establishing ground rules; planning meetings and agendas; brain storming; resolving conflict; making decisions; and helping groups optimize their time. The completely revised third edition also provides new team-building exercises, as well as updated information on virtual meetings, mediation, strategic planning, and much more. Readers will find tips on maintaining the tone and flow of meetings, and guidelines for determining when to delegate projects to individuals rather than assembling a group. Getting people to function together productively can be a challenge. With The Facilitator's Fieldbook, readers have the tools and knowledge they need to rise to the occasion.

Quality Progress

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New Zealand Journal Of Physiotherapy

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The British National Bibliography

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Families In Society

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Handbook Of Team Design

Author: Peter H. Jones
Editor: McGraw-Hill Companies
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"But this book does more than draw on all the most successful approaches to team design, as applied in a broad range of real-world situations. The Handbook of Team Design also presents a new system of frameworks for applying these methods."--BOOK JACKET. "It provides you with guidelines for four separate arenas. You'll get precise procedures, checklists, charts, and workable tools for development in business and information systems, software products, user participation, and technical systems."--BOOK JACKET.

Facilitation At A Glance

Author: Ingrid Bens
Editor: Goal/QPC
ISBN: 9781576811375
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The book retains all the things that made the first two editions so popular: the summary pages, checklists and tip sheets. Existing sections about what to do at the start, middle and end of facilitated sessions have been greatly expanded. Decision-making methods have been revamped to include more strategies about when to use each approach. New bonus material has been added to the conflict management chapter related to ineffective behaviors. By user demand, we have additional process tools and more about facilitating distance meetings.

Fast Facts

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