Wearing my ‘Suspend your judgment’ suspenders provided by Community at Work (Credits: EIB)
I can gladly say I am now one of the 4500 or so people that have been privileged to be formally trained by Sam Kaner and Nelli Noakes of Community at work on ‘Group facilitation skills – Putting participatory values into practice’. And it was a hell of an experience!
So what a fantastic opportunity for me to interview them on what they see as ‘facilitation’ and how they see it evolve, as well as the connections they see with knowledge management.
No more word from me now, just enjoy…
Do you see some fundamental trends in facilitation practice over the recent past?
Sam Kaner (SK) When “group facilitation” originated, it was one component in a deeper insight about the powerful role of face-to-face groups as a transformative medium for changing the culture of the organization or community. The skills…
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