Since completing the Advanced Facilitation Programme in 2022, I was blessed to have been given a few opportunities to get my feet wet progressively as assistant and group facilitator. I am deeply grateful to Janice Lua, co-founder of Facilitators Network Singapore, for the invaluable insights I gained. I was able to internalise experiential lessons that neither the best wordsmith could bring forth in a theory book nor any workplace training session could draw out.
This is the third in a 6-part series of on INIFAC competencies, where I speak to more experienced facilitators on their insights on their facilitation practices.
7 Toxic Outcomes of the Favorite Child: What Happens When They Grow Up – Learning Mind (learning-mind.com)
Research indicates that favouring one child over another can have long-lasting effects it affects every one of us in different ways – here are 7 toxic outcomes.
We’ve all heard about the importance of first impressions, but do you know just how important they are when it comes to your customers? The reality is that the first interaction a customer has with your brand is a moment that heavily informs their future actions, whether that happens in a store, on your website, […]
Recently, we completed a three-month project for an organisation where we were engaged to review their workplace culture and values. For the first time, I took on the roles of project manager and lead facilitator. Janice, FNS co-founder and FNS project sponsor, mentored the project team and me. In this article, I am sharing my key learnings from this project from both the project management and workshop execution perspectives.
In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving business world, the role of a facilitator has gained a more significant role than we might realize. Attending a community of practice (CoP) session hosted by Janice and Prabu opened my eyes to the power of facilitation competency and its roots in organisational theory. It was an enlightening experience for me and emphasised the importance of learning better facilitation skills. In this article, I will share my key takeaways from the CoP session and explore how becoming a better facilitator can elevate a workshop from good to great.
“What do you think are the common mistakes when facilitators think about control?”
For decades, Pew Research Center has been committed to measuring public attitudes on key issues and documenting differences in those attitudes across demographic groups. One lens often employed by researchers at the Center to understand these differences is that of generation.
Best decisions are made when everyone’s voice is heard, it saves time, makes inclusive decisions and creates more human organizations.