9:00 am to 12:00 pm
United Way of Winnipeg Learning Centre
1st floor, 580 Main St.
CCEDNet Mbrs: $25 | Non-Members: $75
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Group Facilitation takes place in many different community-based settings: educational, peer support, community and organizational planning, community-based research or focus groups and post-conflict restorative/recovery dialogue. So, what makes group facilitation work? How do you, as a facilitator, activate a room?
Regardless of setting, having high awareness of, and utilizing, facilitation fundamentals and basics, can increase participation and engagement, increase comfort, and build an atmosphere of respect, inclusion, safety, trust and productivity. This workshop is appropriate for both emerging and seasoned facilitators.
- Learn the benefits of group facilitation and how to improve your facilitation toolbox
- Troubleshoot common facilitation issues and increase engagement
- Resources and tools for group facilitation work at every level
Sue Hemphill is the Principal Consultant of Healthy Hive. She has been consulting for organizational and community development and facilitating groups in diverse settings with diverse populations for over 25 years, including as a professional mediator. Sue’s consulting practice client-collaborators are in C.D. / CED, arts and culture, justice, education, health and newcomer settlement. Sue loves to cross-pollinate sharing ideas, practices and tools across and between sectors and communities.