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Moving From Good Facilitation To Great Facilitation

Follow these 5 tips for remote facilitation or stay at home

No time for rookies or sloppiness. Remote facilitation requires our facilitation skills to move from good to great (Photo by Chris Montgomery on Unsplash)

The good news is that the basics remain the same. A person (facilitator) still leads a group of diverse people to create and agree upon a course of action. The obvious challenge in a pandemic is that we do it virtually. Approaches, skills, and techniques must be sharper. We do…

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JD Solomon

JD Solomon

Author of “Getting Your Boss’s Boss to Understand”. Founder of http://www.jdsolomoninc.com. Finding inspiration in unique people and solving unique problems.

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