What Makes a Good Facilitator?
When you are looking to create change in your life, you don’t need someone to point out your shortcomings or to tell you what to do. You need a facilitator—someone to guide you through the process while you do the work. A good facilitator…
- Addresses issues using a variety of presentation modes such as text, diagrams and discussions so that all individuals have the opportunity to receive information in the manner that works best for them.
- Implements a format of mutual discovery rather than one-way content delivery.
- Listens to what group members have to say and hears not just the words that are spoken, but also the feelings that are behind them.
- Helps individuals understand their feelings and ensures that group members are respectful of each others’ feelings even when they are not in agreement.
- Creates an environment that is free of judgment.
- Uses individual, small-group and large-group processes to support different levels of exploration and to help all group members feel empowered to participate.
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