Category Archives: Facilitation

A.R.M Feedback Model

Effective feedback is the way extraordinary facilitators leverage individual and group behavior to create the optimal conditions for learning and change within in a group session. To this end, we at the Facilitators Studio use the A.R.M. feedback model in our work … Continue reading

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Meet our newest cast member!

The Facilitators Studio welcomes a new facilitator Continue reading

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Facilitating Great Outcome Through Enthusiasm and Energy

A successful meeting will have the earmark of enthusiasm and positive energy among participants. But group dynamics are tricky. Getting from point A as individuals to point B as a group can be difficult unless the meeting facilitator is able … Continue reading

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Have You Heard The News?

Have you heard the news?  The Facilitators Studio has a new home for the upcoming session in May and we’re looking forward to the new opportunities this will bring to your experience in the workshop! The Facilitators Studio has teamed … Continue reading

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New Year – New Discipline

“Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that’s real power.”      – Clint Eastwood Managing Yourself You’ve made your resolutions for the year, set your goals and are ready to … Continue reading

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What About Breaking Type?

“If you see yourself as always being in a state of becoming, you’ll kind of be alright.” – Bob Dylan, fourty-three years after his 1961 emergence onto the scene. We often tell our participants one thing and do another. Take, … Continue reading

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How Did We Get Here?

In this modern age, we want the answers. And we want them NOW! After all, with answers comes acknowledgement, power and success. This seems self-evident in the business world. It’s also often true in the world of personal and spiritual … Continue reading

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Facilitation Aikido: Part I

This week’s article, Facilitation Aikido: Part I, is extracted from Barry Shapiro’s book, Casting Call in the Theatre of Corporate America…the role of the extraordinary facilitator. This book serves as a practical guide to assess, measure and develop facilitators to … Continue reading

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Inviting Consensus: How to Maximize Collaboration and Reach Consensus in Under an Hour

This week, leadership development expert Dan McCarthy has consented to allowing me to republish his recent post on consensus decision-making entitled, How to Maximize Collaboration and Reach Consensus in Under an Hour. Dan is the author of the award winning … Continue reading

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Set and Setting

The continue with the holiday theme, I thought I’d send you something to stimulate your thinking around how you approach setting the ambiance for your gatherings. In the 1960’s, Timothy Leary coined the term “set and setting” referring to a … Continue reading

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