• Know how to handle any group situation
• Develop skills to harness the transformative capacity of groups
A skilled facilitator makes it easy for the wisdom of the group to create great outcomes for the individual, the group and the world.
Foster productive workplace relationships and systems by leading collaboratively – and benefit from the wisdom, creativity and experience of your whole team.
Our skilled facilitators help you achieve your group’s purpose, from developing your vision with strategic planning or engaging your community to complex conflict resolution.
Sarah’s approach to working with groups is lively, engaging and participatory. A key strength is helping people work together openly and productively for the best outcome.
Che’s work features collaborative solution design for sustainability, helping organisations, communities and diverse project teams work better together.
Liz is skilled at harnessing the power and wisdom in groups, helping them recognise their strengths and surfacing their weaknesses and then leading the group through to identifying actions to put into place in order to thrive.
When people recognise the need for a way out of their conflict, a facilitator can be their pathfinder, using methods that quickly get to the heart of issues.
We can spend a lot of time in groups – work, community, recreation and family. Sometimes groups work well and sometimes they don’t. Common problems include not getting along together, poor decision making and inefficient meetings.
Her early experience of violence, poverty and discrimination moved co-founder of Groupwork Institute Glen Ochre to become an internationally recognised leader in groupwork. This is her story, written in the year before her death in 2014.