Facilitating with Confidence
This webinar explores the critical skills of facilitation and how to conduct a meeting effectivity to get great results.
Facilitating is something many professionals do as part of their role. So, one of the most important sets of skills for leaders and managers are facilitation skills.
In this webinar you will clarify the definition and characteristics of facilitation.
You will explore the do’s and don’ts of professional facilitation and how to conduct a successful meeting.
You will learn how to deal with difficult behaviour and potential conflict as well as how to deal with opposing views so a consensus can be met.
Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar you will be able to:
- Employ the key ingredients of the facilitation process needed to guide and direct groups, such as in meetings, planning sessions and brainstorming sessions.
- Understand how to be equipped and confident to be able to deal effectively with opposing views and potential conflict.
- Understand how to stop wasting time and conduct a meeting more effectively in a time poor environment.
This webinar equips you with the skills to enable you to competently facilitate meetings so that you don’t waste a lot of time and get the results you or the group needs.
Tao de Haas is a corporate trainer and executive coach. He is a registered clinical psychotherapist and social ecologist, Tao specialises in People Skills, Management and Leadership development. Tao is a published author and co-author of a new book called Leadership is upside down.
Tao makes regular appearances on national radio and television. Besides appearances on Channel 10, he has been a regular guest on the channel 7’s Sunrise Show, appeared on The Morning show, and the ABC ‘s 7.30 Report featured his work. He recently appeared on ABC’s Australia story. Tao has works with small, medium and large organisations.
Topic: People & Leadership
Sub-Topic: Personal Effectiveness
Format: Recorded Webinar
Proficiency Level: Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced
CPD: 1 hours