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Workshop: Mastering Group Facilitation (LA)

Mastering Group Facilitation (LA) Whether you are a teacher, department head, group leader, or administrator, you know the power and impact of excellent facilitation. Groups reach new levels of creativity, productivity, and innovation with the support of a strong facilitator. But what does it take to play that pivotal role? How does one consistently lead groups through complex, sometimes tense, discussions and decisions? How can these competencies be applied in the classroom as well as the conference room? “Mastering Group Facilitation” focuses on answering these questions. If working towards mastery in this area is a priority, then this dynamic 3-day session is for you. enter This workshop fills quickly– be sure to reserve your spot soon! 

the perishable empire essays on indian writing in english The workshop will focus on the following topics: texas a&m essay Facilitating under pressure — Creative thinking & decision making — Chart-writing & action planning — Confronting difficult dynamics — Leading collaboration.

dissertations and theses from start to finish apa 2006 You will leave the workshop with new tools, tactics, and a personalized work plan containing strategies to improve your techniques. The workshop is designed to boost the confidence and competence of participants in their quest to help groups do their very best work. Our presenter will be David Barkan, a nationally recognized facilitator and consultant who has trained many educators to discover their strengths as leaders in schools. He brings insight, humor, and boundless energy to his workshops. The workshop is limited to 25 people. All meals and materials, including book, are included. We encourage school teams to consider attending the workshop together, as well!


David Barkan

David Barkan

get link David Barkan has an international reputation as a master group facilitator and consultant to organizations dedicated to social change. He holds a Ph.D. in Clinical/Organizational Psychology and a B.A. from Boston University. He regularly consults with schools, non-profit organizations and community collaborations across the USA and around the world.  He has dedicated his career to helping people and groups find creative solutions to life and work’s most challenging problems.
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