Want To Be A Stronger Facilitator? Figure Out Your Facilitation Philosophy

In the past 3 years, I’ve facilitated over 1,000 hours of meaningful conversations with organizational communities – with 90% of them being over zoom. And I’ve loved it!

To be fair – I grew up with facilitators for parents. My father worked for Kodak in the 90’s as a learning and development facilitator and my mother worked for The New York State Education Department focusing on educational quality.

Becoming a strong facilitator isn’t for the faint of heart — community dialogues can be filled with unspoken tensions, quiet yet bold ambitions, and all the dynamics that make community work satisfying.

Facilitation is in my bones,

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