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FNS Co-Founders on why you need Facilitation Skills today.
I would like to express our great appreciation for facilitating our Management Retreat discussions on 16th – 17th Jan 2020.
It was a fruitful and productive 2 days. Our team had good fun too.
Assistant Director, Strategic Planning from charity sector on Strategic Planning Retreat - 2020 January
If you are looking for a 3-day workshop to better understand and learn about facilitation, this is it!
Camilla Lee, Land Transport Authority, 2020 January
It is a very hands-on & 'real session', where you get to practice facilitation.
Inah Margaua, Projects Integrator, Shell Philippines Exploration B.V, 2020 January
Category: Self Enrichment
Written/Edited by Prabu Naidu, Janice Lua
SPOT on Facilitation offers much insight on the art and science of process facilitation. Centred around the easy-to-follow FNS 4D Facilitation® Model, the book presents a wide array of effective tools and practices that extend its benefits to interactions between individuals or groups. Whether you are a facilitator, teacher, trainer, lecturer, coach, consultant, chairperson of a meeting, or someone tasked with the facilitation of groups, you will find this book a handy guide in helping you to engage people and empower teams to exceed desired goals.
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Dimensions: 5' x 10'
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