The 9 Disciplines of a Facilitator. Leading Groups by Transforming Yourself. J-B International Association of Facilitators

  • ID: 2243916
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for The 9 Disciplines of a Facilitator

"Leaders who want to deepen their ethical leadership and facilitative practice will find tapping Jon and Maureen′s wisdom, drawn from years of reflective practice, a powerful and provocative experience."
—Jo Nelson, CPF, CTF; principal, ICA Associates Inc.; and past chair, the International Association of Facilitators

"A trove of practical insight on leadership and personal development. Their illustrative stories bring the nine disciplines to life."
—Sandy Schuman, editor, The IAF Handbook of Group Facilitation, Creating a Culture of Collaboration, and Group Facilitation: A Research and Applications Journal; and moderator, the Electronic Discussion on Group Facilitation

"A needed and timely push to facilitators in every part of the profession to acknowledge the deeper realities of what we do. Facilitation is not just techniques but assisting individuals and groups to usethe deeper resources they have within them to respond more effectively in day–to–day situations."
—James Wiegel, senior associate, the Institute of Cultural Affairs

"I have wrestled with conveying the unique attributes of an effective facilitation style. This book goes a long way to filling that gap."
—Jim Troxel, Millennia Consulting

"The 9 Disciplines of a Facilitator covers facilitation comprehensively with a depth and practicalitythat makes it accessible to everyone in the profession."
—John L. Epps, managing director, LENS International, Malaysia

"The image of disciplines opens the door for understanding that facilitation skill is a pursuit or honing process, not a finished task. The diversity represented by the nine elements highlights the profound option of facilitation as a vocation."
—Lawrence E. Philbrook, executive director, ICA Taiwan; director, Open Quest Facilitation Technology

"It should be part of every leadership curriculum."
—Clarence J. Mann, professor and director, Institute for Global Management,University of Maryland University College

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Preface.

The Authors.

Introduction.

PART ONE: THE CONTEXT.

1 Leadership: A Matter of Spirit.

2 Trends in Employee Participation.

3 The Skills of a Facilitative Leader.

4 The Future of Facilitation.

PART TWO: THE DISCIPLINES.

5 Detachment: Stepping Back.

6 Engagement: Committing to the Group.

7 Focus: Willing One Thing.

8 Interior Council: Choosing Advisors Wisely.

9 Intentionality: Aligning the Will to Succeed.

10 Sense of Wonder: Maintaining the Capacity to Be Surprised.

11 Awareness: Knowing What Is Really Going On.

12 Action: Effective Doing.

13 Presence: Inspiring and Evoking Spirit in Others.

References.

Index.

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Jon C. Jenkins
Maureen R. Jenkins
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