Facilitation is necessary when:
The task at hand is being addressed for the first time and there is no established process or protocol to follow.
The team needs to make a decision together.
The group is working on a complex issue that requires careful discussion and decision-making.
There are many stakeholders or points of view that need to be taken into account.
The team needs to stay on track and manage their time effectively.
Active engagement and accountability by participants is required for successful outcomes.
Conflicts or disagreements arise during discussions.
Why a facilitator is needed:
A facilitator is not responsible for making decisions on behalf of the group, but rather helps the group find their own solutions in a spirit of cooperation and engagement.
What You Will Get
• Improved communication and collaboration between team members
• Better decision-making and problem-solving
• Increased company interest and commitment
• A more positive and respectful work culture
• Increased engagement and trust among all team members
At the end of the meeting, participants receive a specific, clear, and documented result with a list of responsible persons with whom they can work to achieve their goals. By conducting structured and effective meetings, companies help teams work more efficiently, leading to better solutions. Facilitation also creates a positive and inclusive work environment that benefits both individual team members and the organization as a whole.