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This includes things like: If you want to do good planning, keep members involved, and create real leadership opportunities in your organization and skills in your members, you need facilitator skills.
The more you know about how to shape and run a good learning and planning process, the more your members will feel empowered about their own ideas and participation, stay invested in your organization, take on responsibility and ownership, and the better your meetings will be. We seem to always be going from one meeting to the next.
" Here are the basic steps that can be your facilitator's guide: Few of us start our meetings on time. Those who come on time feel cheated that they rushed to get there!
This is the person we call the "facilitator." Well, it is and it isn't.
The environment and general "climate" of a meeting or planning session sets an important tone for participation.
Key questions you would ask yourself as a facilitator include: Believe it or not: how people sit, whether they are hungry and whether they can hear can make or break your planning process.
But for groups to be really successful, we need to spend some time focusing on the skills our members and leaders use to make all of this action happen, both within and outside our organizations.
One of the most important sets of skills for leaders and members are facilitation skills.