Process-Based Facilitation is the first and only book of it’s kind that presents facilitation as skillsets delivered through process. While it adds a new layer to learning facilitation it short circuits the learning curve helping new facilitators jump to higher effectiveness earlier.
Part III presents advanced concepts of facilitation in three chapters, 14 through 16. Yes, there are several other advanced concepts but I chose these for very specific reasons. Chapter 14 […]
This article continues the overview of Process-Based Facilitation. Posts for the individual chapters will address specific questions provided by my followers. If you don’t have the book yet go to http://bookstore.iuniverse.com/Products/SKU-000968710/ProcessBased-Facilitation.aspx to order […]
Over the next few posts I wanted to provide an overview of Process-Based Facilitation. So I thought that I would work through the four parts of the book then write some […]
In the last article I discussed the origins of Process-Based Facilitation (sometimes called the Facilitation Process Model) and how Charles and I developed this model. In this article I want […]
Process-based facilitation is, in a way, an approach to the intentional design of a facilitation event. However, even in an ad-hoc event the process-based facilitator uses the models, concepts, frameworks […]
In Organization Development (OD) the phrase “Group Process[i]” refers to the understanding of the behavior of people in groups, such as task groups, and the processes used to solve problems […]