The Columbus Area Community Foundation Fund will be offering a limited number of training offerings in 'Technology of Participation Facilitation Training' for select Columbus-area nonprofit organizations and community groups.
When: Thursday March 10th and Friday March 11th (8:30-5:00)
Participants will learn proven ways to activate group participation and leave with powerful tools for planning events.
What attendees will learn:
Specific facilitation methods for group discussions and planning efforts that take less time, are more productive, and engage the creative spirit of participants.
How to help people discuss difficult and important topics respectfully and thoroughly.
A method for helping a group build consensus even when there are opposing ideas to integrate.
How to facilitate an action planning process that doesn’t get bogged down, and energizes a group to implement it.
Facilitate group consensus-based workshops.
Shape questions that stimulate candid feedback and discussion.
Acquire a framework for any group process – from a small workshop to a multi-day conference.
Assemble detailed action plans in less time.
Save time and money with increased productivity.
ToP Facilitation Methods covered:
The Focused Conversation Method
The Consensus Workshop Method
The Action Planning Method
If you would like to attend this training, please contact Amanda Polacek firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-562-6255. RSVP by January 25th.
Funding for training provided by the Quality of Life Community and Capacity Building grant.