Facilitation takes confidence and the willingness to learn simply by doing, which brings with it the risk of making mistakes in front of those you’re trying to facilitate.
Changes of power can occur at three interconnected levels: the personal, group and wider social sphere
When we ask our clients and training attendees what hindered them most when trying to engage in full stakeholder participation, and the overriding response was time and money – confidence and knowledge didn’t get a single vote! We want to give some solutions to this, so here goes!
If you want to find previous editions of the Dialogue Matters email and resource updates, you’ve come to the right place! Our newsletter archive hosts all of our previous mail-outs with lots of useful articles and information around stakeholder participation and stakeholder facilitation.