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Does a Facilitator Need to be a Subject Matter Expert? (Content vs. Context)

Some of the best facilitators are NOT Subject Matter Experts within the topic and scope of the discussion; however, NOR can they afford to be subject matter ignorant. 713 more words

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Secret Sauce Part 3: Clear Thinking, Active Listening, & Prepared Structure

The secret to leading more effective meetings and workshops reminds us to put a CAP on wasted time and energy by embracing three behaviors:

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Clear Thinking, Active Listening, & Prepared Structure are the Secret Sauce

The secret to leading more effective meetings and workshops reminds us to put a CAP on wasted time and energy by embracing three behaviors:

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Differences Between Meetings & Workshops & How To Succeed Through Structure

If it seems that workshops are actually well run meetings, that is true to a certain degree. Facilitated workshops and well-run meetings are very similar. The main differences are: 509 more words

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9 Components of a Structured Approach for More Effective Meetings & Workshops

A facilitated meeting or workshop technique provides a structured environment designed to extract high quality information in a compressed timeframe. It uses visual aids and a team environment to accelerate projects and amplify the quality of the decisions, outputs, deliverables, and outcomes. 601 more words

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Meeting Impact: Poor Facilitation Leads to Problems, Struggles, and Errors

“Perversely, organizations with the best human resource departments sometimes have less effective teams. That’s because HR tends to focus on improving individual rather than team behavior.” 563 more words

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Four Important Steps Toward Building a Meeting Agenda Owned By Participants

Purpose

This approach builds the meeting purpose, scope, session (ie, meeting or workshop) deliverables, simple agenda, and potential participants.

Method

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