Facilitation Skills for Nonprofit Leaders- Making Meetings Work

How many hours do you sit in meetings every week? Do you feel like you are getting your message across as a leader?  
 
In this session, participants will learn what it takes to facilitate groups of people, both large and small. Learn the structures, strategies, and pitfalls for meetings, gatherings, and even one-on-one discussions.  Understand your unique style of facilitation, and what strategies you can adapt immediately to improve your facilitation. Practice facilitating and applying new skills, such as generating conversation, managing disagreement, and building consensus. Work in small groups to receive feedback and strengthen your skills. Learn about valuable resources and practice tools to take with you, such as the Liberating Structures framework and Graphic Facilitation. 

 

This course is great for people who lead staff meetings, groups of volunteers, groups of staffers, board meetings, and special events. 

 
Topics Addressed: facilitation, meetings, time management, purpose, objectives and outcomes
 
Course Level: Introductory
 
Who should attend:
  • Nonprofit professionals at all levels who lead groups of people.
  • Leaders looking for strategies to increase their facilitation skills. 
Method of Facilitation: group activities, discussion
 
This work will amplify the impact of nonprofits by helping participants:
  • Understand your unique style of facilitation and how to utilize your strengths.
  • Learn how to create structures for facilitating groups.
  • Practice techniques for generating conversation, managing disagreement, and building consensus. 
 
Instructor(s)
Kellee Mannix, CNM Consultant and Interim Education Manager
Date/Time
July 23, 2018; 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Fee
$105.00 for Members; $215.00 for nonmembers; $60.00 for students
Level
One Star
Location
Center for Nonprofit Management
Other Details
Lunch Included

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