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THE FLOW FACILITATION

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Cassie Cornacchia

on 17 November 2014

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Transcript of THE FLOW FACILITATION

THE ART OF FACILITATION
WELCOME TO THE
GRANT WRITER FACILITATOR

TRAINING WORKSHOP!
OPENING ACTIVITY
WRITE DOWN 5 WORDS TO DESCRIBE YOURSELF
ART REACH FACILITATOR TIPS
PREPARING THE
PRESENTATION

1. PLANNING YOUR PRESENTATION
2. Mix up your facilitation style!
Multiple Intelligences
Different ways of learning
Short attention spans
Switch gears every 20 MINS
3. LESS TEXT! MORE VISUALS
Photos
Flyers
Charts
Diagrams
Videos
Music
4. REAL WORLD
Examples, Resources, & Templates
5. Warm up Activities
&
Activities Throughout
I'm learning
a lot
Now I get it!
Funding is
fun!
6. Practice your presentation out loud!
Stay within your time
Identify gaps in information
7. PLAN AHEAD

Get feedback & suggestions!
THE FACILITATION
1. Show up Early!


At least 30 MINS early
Smooth out challenges
Collect yourself
2. Volume, Annunciation, &
Speed of Speech
Checking if everyone can hear you
Speak slowly and clearly
WHO IS A FACILITATOR ?
4. Scan the Room for confused faces
If found, don't call them out! Instead elaborate on the topic just discussed
Ask if there are questions
5. Check your privilege
7. Be Aware of...
The length of your speech
The understanding and participation of the group
Any adjustments you may need to make
8. Have Fun!
If you enjoy yourself, participants will too!
VIDEO
Activity
Groups of 3
Name one of your strengths as
a facilitator
Name one of your weaknesses
Discuss a solution together
Knowing the material inside and out
Creating an agenda
Creating resources
Creating a safe space
Learning people's names
Using proper pronouns
Addressing
micro-aggressions
What are some ways you
have mixed up a presentation?
Sharing Examples?
Accessibility
physical (location)
visual (resources)
auditory (speakers)
2. Create Ground Rules
Confidentiality?
Cell phones?
Speaking one at
a time?
6. Respecting Lived Experiences
Avoiding assumptions
Being open and understanding of all questions and comments
Everyone has something to learn, as well as something to share
3. Use clear and accessible
language
Avoid Jargon & Acronyms
Be thorough when explaining
technical steps
Speaking of Activities...


What are some of your favorites?
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