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.
Before applying this to facilitation I spent several years researching, studying and examining terms like: Purpose, Aim, Values and Guiding Principles. In our world we often use these terms in […]
I took an unusual approach with the opening of Process-Based Facilitation. I built the first chapter by categorizing facilitation techniques into ten groups of facilitation skillsets. The skillsets are: 1. Using Process 2. Planning […]
Throughout my career I have examined nearly all of my work from a process perspective. What I have found is that process exists on multiple levels running in parallel. Yes, […]
Part IV features the Facilitators Toolkit and Appendices. Chapter 17 is a Basic Facilitation Toolkit to help you get started. (We have several hundred articles in our toolkit but felt the […]
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 […]