The flood of ideas and data created in a workshop or meeting can be overwhelming - for both the group and the facilitator! As a facilitator, you may not be familiar with the subject and have little idea about the quality of what has been created. And anyway, it's the group's data... This workshop will explore practical ways that facilitators can engage groups to THEME useful ideas and HARVEST experiences into formats for later use by the group and other stakeholders.
- Gain insight into the role that Theming and Harvesting can play in helping group meetings be effective
- Explore a range of techniques that facilitators can use to help groups process large amounts of information
- Consider the ways in which meeting software technologies can be helpful for large or remote groups
About the Presenter
Michael Randel is a professional facilitator and organization development practitioner. He is the founder of Randel Consulting Associates and has worked in more than 30 countries, leading organizations through change and growth. Michael focuses on bringing people together in the face of tough, almost unresolvable differences. He supports them in addressing complex problems (such as water, education, health, finance, and scientific research) so they can achieve results together. As a result of his work, his clients are stronger, more successful and positioned for future growth.
Michael works at individual, team, organizational and societal levels with the full spectrum of private, public and non-profit organizations. The quality and influence of his work has been recognized by global awards (including in Facilitation Impact and Trustworthy Business). Michael is a graduate of the prestigious International Gestalt Organization and Leadership Development (iGOLD) program.
Michael has been recognized as a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) by the International Association of Facilitators since 2010. A MAFN member for over 10 years, he served two terms as Chair of the MAFN Board. Michael has led multiple MAFN workshops and webinars over the last few years.
Learn more at www.RandelConsultingAssociates.com
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