A facilitator sets the tone for a productive meeting and helps the group redirect when things go awry.
We help to identify behaviors that are consistent and inconsistent with the team’s values.
Facilitators free up participants to engage fully in the meeting’s substance. We are highly skilled in asking questions in a way that leads to productive answers, and pivoting when questions or answers are less productive. Participants focus their complete attention on addressing issues and creating opportunities for your organization while the facilitator manages the process and tools, and ensures a safe environment where all opinions are valued.
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