Knowledge session: what it means to be a facilitator

23 October 2018, 14:00 - 16:30

Knowledge session: what it means to be a facilitator

For the third in our series of knowledge sessions, we're continuing our learning exchange by revisiting the Health Foundation’s habits of an improver, this time looking at what it means to be a facilitator.

This session will explore why facilitation is important and the skills and methods we can bring to our teams and beyond. 

We’ll be trying out some practical methods and tools that will help you get better results from meetings and groups, including simple coaching techniques and an introduction to Liberating Structures, which are new ways of organising the way we interact to get work done.

This session is for you no matter what your role – clinician, manager, technician, administrator. We’ll also be giving a free copy of the Liberating Structures handbook to all participants.


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