A two-day course to enable participants to further develop their facilitation skills and in particular learn how to build a trusting environment in which participants feel able to express issues of real concern to them.
The workshop will be highly experiential and will draw on participants’ own experience; case study material will also be used.
- to review your experiences as facilitators, celebrate your achievements, share any challenges you may have encountered, and consolidate the learning from these experiences
- to identify your own particular behaviour patterns in group situations and recognise how this may impact on facilitative style
- to learn how to deal with issues you bring to the day
- to further develop your facilitative skills by co-facilitating a discussion around a topic of general interest and receiving feedback
- to recognise the impact of group dynamics on the facilitator and how to work with these effectively
- to explore the importance of boundaries both for facilitators and the groups you facilitate
- to recognise the importance of self support and identify ways to enable this to happen.
Who Should Attend?
Experienced facilitators leading groups of any size around bereavement.