The Secrets of Facilitation



The Secrets of Facilitation The Secrets of Facilitation delivers a clear vision of facilitation excellence and reveals the specific techniques effective facilitators use to produce consistent, repeatable results with groups Author Michael Wilkinson has trained thousands of managers, mediators, analysts, and consultants around the world to apply the power of SMART Structured Meeting And Relating Techniques facilitation to achieve amazing results with teams and task forces He shows how anyone can use these proven group techniques in conflict resolution, consulting, managing, presenting, teaching, planning, selling, and other professional as well as personal situations. Best Read [ The Secrets of Facilitation ] author [ Michael Wilkinson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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Best Read [ The Secrets of Facilitation  ] by [ Michael Wilkinson ] – bluevapours.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 300 pages
  • The Secrets of Facilitation
  • Michael Wilkinson
  • English
  • 04 September 2018
  • 0787975788

10 thoughts on “The Secrets of Facilitation

  1. Marsena Adams-Dufresne says:

    This book is practical, well written, and full of examples from the author s experience as a facilitator I m preparing to facilitate a meeting under challenging circumstances and this book was exactly what I needed to prepare He expla...

  2. J Elise Keith says:

    The simple pneumonics really help make many of the tips memorable and useful in day to day practice, and really, the true test of any practitioner s guidebook is whether you can use what you ve learned.

  3. Nova says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book Easy, provides practical tips, and uncovers amazing secrets in the world of facilitation

  4. Duong Tan says:

    Extremely useful for first time manager, Facilitators Coaches.Straightforward, simple, and practical.

  5. Lisa says:

    I came across this book when I was preparing to facilitate a cross functional team trying to solve one of the many business critical issues at my company Although I had training in Lean Six Sigma process improvement techniques, none of my training had ever covered the practical skills needed by facilitators to successfully lead a session I read this book in less than two days and it offered many practical tips and techniques that I was able to immediately put into practice at my session today I came across this book when I was preparing to facilitate a cross functional team trying to solve one of the many business critical issues at my company Although I had training in Lean Six Sigma process improvemen...

  6. Amy says:

    I read this for class It started out good, but how in the heck is anybody supposed to remember 60 secrets in facilitation It was a bit overwhelming and daunting just trying to remember it all However, there is a chapter about questioni...

  7. Lindsay says:

    I m lame and I like to read work related books in my free time This one was well worth it though Facilitation is a really difficult skill to master and I think I will be well on my way after reading this puppy.

  8. Meredith says:

    In general I have trouble with books that try to teach soft skills However, The Secrets of Facilitation had some good information, specifically surrounding how to begin a meeting and skilled facilitators responses to common questions or statements.

  9. Lauren says:

    I read this for a graduate course on group dynamics and found that Wilkinson often repeats himself, as well as states the obvious Some helpful tips, but certainly not a 5

  10. Rengin Akkemik says:

    fa cil i tate fe sil e tat Latin Facilis to make easyEkip y neten herkesin mutlaka okumas gereken bir kitap.

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