Importance of Effective Group Facilitation
Our team at People First will come and facilitate your group meeting or training so that your leadership team can focus on results. Whether you need help with your team charter, an executive onboarding session or retreat, team building, or strategy sessions, our team can help. Having an effective group session is the key to leveraging expertise, creating alignment and ensuring team buy-in. By having a professional, impartial facilitator at your meeting, you are setting the tone for the session. It allows managers and executives to focus on the task at hand. Facilitators also know how to ask the right questions that really get to the heart of the issue. This helps to create alignment and buy-in quickly. We are also able to pace the content in the most effective way because we understand how people digest content.
Types of Meeting Facilitation
Our accredited Five Behaviours® facilitators will lead your team through an engaging workshop that addresses the most important elements of a healthy staff complement. Our Team Health Facilitators design a session customized to your organization’s needs.
Leadership Team Onboarding
When you bring a new executive team member on board, it is important that they are able to as effective as possible, as quickly as possible. Our team will facilitate sessions between employees, stakeholders and the new leader to create alignment, foster relationships, and transfer knowledge and culture cues.
Corporate retreats can work to realign and refresh leadership teams so they are able to lead their teams successfully. The People First team are experts in helping to create a flow of information that is meaningful and works to bring the team together towards a common goal.
A design sprint is the thoughtful facilitation of big, new ideas compressed into a short series of workshops designed to eliminate endless debates. We condense this process into one week that starts with identifying the problem/focus, moves to brainstorming solutions, then working to create a hypothesis and a subsequent prototype, finally testing your prototype on humans on the final day.