Someone observed recently that I was invisible as a facilitator in their session. I appreciated the comment because it told me I was doing my job – that is, being helpful without intruding. That started me thinking about how often facilitators get into the fun of Compression Planning and forget the client’s agenda. Our job […]
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Do You Need To Be ‘Content Neutral’ To Be An Effective Facilitator?
By Pat McNellis on May 25, 2011 in Facilitation, Leading Groups, Strategic Planning
Turns out you CAN facilitate your own Topic! By Pat McNellis For years there has been an “Urban Legend” going around that you shouldn’t facilitate your own topic. You need someone without a vested interest in the subject matter. Hogwash…in 9 out of 10 cases. It’s not a matter of can, it’s a matter […]