Facilitating groups

The facilitator's job is to support everyone to do their best thinking,

encouraging the exploration of ideas, the facilitator aims to ensure full participation, promote mutual understanding and cultivates shared responsibility.  

 

As a skilled facilitator I aim to bring a watchful awareness of the process,

to the many layers of reality in a human group

 

"To apprehend process, we have to move into a different state of being - one which is simultaneously inside and outside, participant and observer, analyst and artist."   Allan Kaplan

Small group work

Exploring ideas, sharing thoughts, working within processes designed to help you and your group do your best thinking, this is what facilitation is all about.

 

“The only way to maximize group creativity—to make the whole more than the sum of its parts—is to encourage a candid discussion of mistakes. In part, this is because the acceptance of error reduces cost. When you believe your flaws will be quickly corrected by the group, you're less worried about perfecting your contribution, which leads to a more candid conversation. We can only get it right when we talk about what we got wrong.”  Jonah Lehrer, Imagine: How Creativity Works

Pairs and threes

Facilitating groups outside is my particular specialism, teaching participants to work in a more embodied way is proven to unleash creative thinking . . .  

 

"Working outside can offer participants rich and fulfilling experiences.  This walk and talk' methodology enables participants not only to see the wood for the trees, but also offers the possibility of embedding real breakthroughs in understanding, whatever the issue." Rosalind J.Turner

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 “Innovation is anything, but business as usual.” (Anonymous).

“Daring ideas are like chessmen moved forward; they may be beaten, 

but they may start a winning game.” (Goethe).

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