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Facilitation Skills Inventory Participant Guide

  • ID: 686762
  • Book
  • 48 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Facilitation Skills Inventory Participant Guide

Growing beyond the exclusive domain of professional facilitators, facilitation has become a core competency for anyone who runs meetings, leads a team, or manages a project. In addition, the concept of facilitation is a vital core leadership capability.

Based on Ingrid Bens′ best–selling book Facilitating with Ease, your Participant Guide will give you an opportunity to test your facilitation skills by using the author′s highly acclaimed Facilitation Skills Inventory (FSI). This tested assessment provides invaluable feedback on your core knowledge, tactical awareness, and observed behaviors. A flexible tool, the Facilitation Skills Inventory offers an opportunity for

Corporations to use a standardized set of criteria in assessing the current skill levels and training needs of managers and leaders

Employees to assess their current level of competency and help identify personal learning goals

Trainers to design effective?classroom activities

Educational institutions to reliably test for competence

The Facilitation Skills Inventory is your ideal starting point for gauging, better understanding, and honing your facilitation skills.

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About This Guide.

Using the FSI.

Step 1. Refl ection and Self–Assessment.

Facilitation Skills Inventory: Self.

Self–Scoring Sheet.

The FSI Skill Levels.

The FSI Competencies.

Cut Scores.

Step 2. Preparation and Practice.

Step 3. The Observed Session.

Facilitation Skills Inventory: Self.

FSI Scoring Sheet.

Step 4. The Feedback Session.

Step 5. Creating a Personal Development Plan.

Program Evaluation.


Further Reading.

Training Links.

Professional Associations.

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Ingrid Bens, the author of the best–selling Facilitating with Ease, is a consultant and trainer who specializes in facilitation skills, team building, conflict management, employee participation, and organizational change. She is a partner in Participative Dynamics (offices in Toronto, Canada and Sarasota, Florida) with clients from such diverse organizations as General Electric, The United Way, AAA, the Environmental Protection Agency, Boeing, Bayer, and the AARP. Bens has taught at the Federal Government′s Graduate Business School and is a popular facilitator and conference speaker.

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