Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network
Duration: 90-minute workshop
About the workshop:
Participants will identify elements of an effective meeting and learn how to choose appropriate meeting facilitation formats and consensus building processes (brainstorming, prioritizing, etc.) to lead meetings effectively. They will learn how to identify problem participants and tactics to redirect tangents and derailers. The facilitation skills gained in this session will translate into an increased willingness to take risks, more productive meetings, faster decision-making, and more co-creation.
In this session, participants will:
Identify elements of an effective meeting
Learn how to choose appropriate meeting facilitation formats and consensus building processes
Explore how to identify problem participants and tactics to redirect tangents and derailers
NOTE: This workshop will be recorded for distribution to all who register (breakout rooms will not be recorded).
This is a 90-min workshop. It will take place starting at 12:00pm EDT.
Since 2016, Tricia Homer has been coaching executives and teaching at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. In this role she offers workshops, one-on-one sessions and group coaching that address communication skill gaps. Most recently, she was a Senior Program Officer at the US Institute of Peace. In this role, she was a senior expert in training. She led training and supported curriculum design for projects across the U.S., as well as in Rwanda, Oman, Iraq, Egypt, and Uzbekistan.
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