"Facilitation Expertise - Enable Participants to Learn, Solve Problems and Change" with Kaye Sullivan
Facilitation requires focusing on the processes and structures that promote learning and group effectiveness. Whether implementing a classroom learning activity or helping teams make tough decisions, effective facilitation requires a range of skills.
•· What is the role of the facilitator and how is it different from training?
•· What are some keys to implementing learning activities?
•· How can you encourage participation, build group collaboration, and foster results?
•· How do you prepare yourself to be a successful facilitator?
Explore these questions and experience hands-on examples of group facilitation.
After attending this presentation participants will …
1. Examine a range of skills required to be an effective facilitator.
2. Analyze methods to create and implement learning activities
3. Develop strategies to facilitate group and team problem solving
About the Presenter
Kaye Sullivan is President of Performance Training Corporation, a management consulting firm celebrating its 30th year of business in 2013. For most of her career, Kaye has worked in the training field and enjoys the challenges of helping people learn.
Kaye has facilitated teams in a wide range of businesses and government organizations including new teams, struggling teams, re-organized teams, and cross-functional teams. For over ten years she has facilitated partnering, an application of teamwork that unites private and public team members during construction projects.
As well, she has taught hundreds of learners in communication and personality style workshops. Kaye is a long standing guest faculty at Mt States Employers Council where her popular “Know Thyself” class is well attended. Kaye designs interactive workshops, coaches individuals, writes blogs, authors a website, and manages a small business.
Date: Tuesday, August 27th, 2013www.astd-nrc.org
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Collindale Golf Course CB&Potts, 1441 E. Horsetooth Rd, Fort Collins, CO
Costs: $15 NRC Members and Partners/ $25 Nonmembers