About | Facilitator Levels | Applications
Online Facilitation is the process of designing and running an effective and successful online meeting. It involves a trained facilitator employing techniques to improve the flow of information between multiple parties within a group in order to reach a pre-determined objective. Objectives may include building or restoring relationships, making a decision, solving a problem, or exchanging ideas and information.
Levels of Facilitators
These facilitators have at least 40 hours of facilitation training and at least 500 hours of facilitation experience, and subscribe to Peace Peddlers’ required standards of facilitation practice.
These facilitators have at least 20 hours of facilitation training and facilitated at least 50 meetings for at least 200 hours, and subscribe to Peace Peddlers’ required standards of facilitation practice.
These facilitators have at least 10 hours of facilitation training and facilitated at least 10 meetings for at least 40 hours, and subscribe to Peace Peddlers’ required standards of facilitation practice.
List of Applications
Groups using consensus decision-making, a process that involves all members of the group reaching an agreement that is acceptable to everyone, require the assistance of a trained Agreement-Making Facilitator. Facilitators trained in consensus agreement-making can help guide your group through the collaborative process toward achieving group success.
Tackling today’s complex problems is a monumental challenge and requires addressing a multitude of related problems, which makes it even more difficult. This process is further exacerbated when a group is convened to determine the best possible solution. Collectively analyzing and defining a problem, and generating and choosing the best solution requires expert facilitation skills. Problem-Solving Facilitators can help your team navigate the collaborative problem-solving process and discover the best possible solution.
Restorative Conferences provide opportunities for individuals harmed by a wrongdoing to share their feelings with the offender, resolve problems and restore relationships. Guided by a Restorative Conference Facilitator, victims play an active role in addressing the wrongdoing committed by the offender in order to make things right.
To stay competitive in today’s rapidly changing global economy, teams must work productively and effectively communicate. Success demands building common ground and understanding. Team-Building Facilitators work with teams to develop mutuality, leveraging the diverse strengths of team members to create strong and effective teams.
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