Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network
When groups meet to explore and build agreement, they frequently generate lots of ideas and data. This flood of inputs can be overwhelming for the group. It can also be overwhelming for the facilitator - you may not be familiar with the subject, and you have little idea about the quality of the ideas being presented by group participants.
This webinar will explore a range of techniques that facilitators can use to help groups process a large range of information. We will look at a variety of techniques that can help a group make sense of the data, and will consider the ways in which meeting software technologies can be helpful for large or remote groups.
Michael Randel, CPF, is the founder of Randel Consulting Associates, a management consulting firm that leads organizations through change and growth. Michael is an experienced facilitator who has worked in more than thirty countries.
Michael's facilitation practice is focused on bringing people together to address complex problems, and to achieve results together. The influence of his work has been recognized by globally – he has twice been presented with the Facilitation Impact Award by the IAF, and Trust Across America recognizes him as a “Global Thought Leader in Trustworthy Business”.
Michael has been a Certified Professional Facilitator since 2010, and was Board Chair of MAFN from 2012-2016.
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