Facilitation

To facilitate = To make easier.Through the art, science and disciplines of facilitation, we help groups complete tasks, solve problems or reach agreements.

Our work is rooted in organization development, adult learning theory, systems thinking and complexity science. In each of our session, you’ll detect echoes of Edgar Schein, Chris Argyris, Jim Collins, Margaret Wheatley, Peter Senge, Roger Schwartz, Edward De Bono and other thought leaders.Benefits include:<li>well-defined (and achievable) “desired outcomes”</li><li>higher quality dialogue</li><li>more parallel thinking</li><li>process tools to improve the group’s ability to work together</li><li>reduced tendency to “go off in all directions”</li><li>freedom to allow “the boss” to participate in and not run meetings

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<em><strong>”A mind that is expanded by a new idea will never go back to its original dimension.”</strong></em>— Oliver Wendell Holmes

Facilitation

To facilitate = To make easier.Through the art, science and disciplines of facilitation, we help groups complete tasks, solve problems or reach agreements.

Our work is rooted in organization development, adult learning theory, systems thinking and complexity science. In each of our session, you’ll detect echoes of Edgar Schein, Chris Argyris, Jim Collins, Margaret Wheatley, Peter Senge, Roger Schwartz, Edward De Bono and other thought leaders.Benefits include:<li>well-defined (and achievable) “desired outcomes”</li><li>higher quality dialogue</li><li>more parallel thinking</li><li>process tools to improve the group’s ability to work together</li><li>reduced tendency to “go off in all directions”</li><li>freedom to allow “the boss” to participate in and not run meetings

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<em><strong>”A mind that is expanded by a new idea will never go back to its original dimension.”</strong></em>— Oliver Wendell Holmes

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To facilitate = To make easier. Through the art, science and disciplines of facilitation, we help groups complete tasks, solve problems or reach agreements.

Our work is rooted in organization development, adult learning theory, systems thinking and complexity science. In each of our session, you’ll detect echoes of Edgar Schein, Chris Argyris, Jim Collins, Margaret Wheatley, Peter Senge, Roger Schwartz, Edward De Bono and other thought leaders.

Benefits include:

  • well-defined (and achievable) “desired outcomes”
  • higher quality dialogue
  • more parallel thinking
  • process tools to improve the group’s ability to work together
  • reduced tendency to “go off in all directions”
  • freedom to allow “the boss” to participate in and not run meetings

“A mind that is expanded by a new idea will never go back to its original dimension.”

— Oliver Wendell Holmes

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