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During this training, learn strategies for maximizing participation from all group members and managing dominating personalities, conflicts, and group dynamics.
If you've ever been asked to run a discussion or struggled to sit through a "bad" meeting, CRP's facilitation training is for you! Whether it's been a textbook meeting-that-could-have-been-an-email, a conversation that spirals endlessly, or a lecture instead of a conversation, we've got you covered.
This training will provide you with the tools you need to effectively run (or assist in running) meetings that allow participants to feel heard while remaining on-track and productive. Our training design will cater to both novices and experienced facilitators with two training options.
During Day 1, we'll answer the question "What is facilitation?" and cover some the basics of effective facilitation such as:
On Day 2, we'll build off the foundation of day 1 and dive into tips for the unique challenges of facilitating a public meeting, such as:
This training has been postponed. Please contact our staff if you are interested in participating in the future.
Subscribe to the Conflict Resolution Program's mailing list to receive updates on official dates and times for upcoming trainings. For more information about this training opportunity, contact Kathy Murphy.
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