Facilitation Skills for High-Impact Outcomes
Thursday, June 1, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Signal Hill Campus
Learn how to draw out and process input from a group to move discussions and ideas forward.
Facilitation Skills teaches participants how to facilitate goal-oriented meetings and discussions through planning, collaboration, and consensus. The course teaches meeting management techniques (timekeeping, following an agreed-upon agenda, and keeping a clear record). It also teaches participants how to lead group discussions by using effective listening skills and paraphrasing, guiding the conversation, and balancing group participation. The highly interactive course is limited to twelve participants to maximize learning and classroom participation.
Presented by Gardiner Centre