This course explores a range of exercises, tools and engagement techniques that delegates can implement in their own facilitation roles. The skills and techniques taught on this one-day experiential and practical course include how to successfully engage groups, project authority, overcome resistance, build connections and confidently manage group dynamics.
Who is this course for?
- Staff, Team Members and Managers from homelessness organisations who either currently or will in the future facilitate small and/or large groups
- Staff from other sectors who are currently responsible for facilitating groups and want to further upskill
- Professionals whose role involves facilitating, for example: Team Meetings, Chairing Events, Conferences, Training, Q&A sessions, Planning Meetings, Teambuilding Events, Problem-Solving/Process Improvement Sessions, Feedback Sessions, Focus Groups, Partnership / Stakeholder Meetings and Networking Events
What will you learn?
On completion of this course you will:
- Understand the role of a facilitator
- Be able to implement a range of creative tools and techniques to engage, energise, connect and get the best out of attendees
- Explore strategies to deal with resistance and manage challenging group dynamics
- Understand how to project authority and lead with confidence using powerful body language and voice tools
- Gain techniques that encourage open constructive dialogue and feedback
- Understand the different “facilitator hats” you need to wear to be successful in your own facilitation roles
Delegates will be provided with a handbook of resources.
Bridge 5 Mill, 22A Beswick Street, Manchester, M4 7HR
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