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Facilitator Qualities. Every facilitator or presenter is unique. There will always be room to better express ones knowledge, skill or passion Everyone’s style has a place The art is to adapt the natural qualities of that style to fit the circumstances, environment and audience needs.

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Every facilitator or presenter is unique.
  • There will always be room to better express ones knowledge, skill or passion
  • Everyone’s style has a place

The art is to adapt the natural qualities of that style to fit the circumstances, environment and audience needs

in your own experience
Worst Facilitator

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Best Facilitator

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In your own Experience
some philosophical questions
Some Philosophical Questions

As a facilitator, is it important for you to express your philosophy during your presentation or is it more correct to remain neutral?

If you remain neutral are you able to give valid opinions?

If you express your philosophy during the workshop, does that inhibit the individual growth of others at the workshop?

In small groups discuss what you believe to be the best approach to this issue…..

what is leadership
What is Leadership?

In small groups discuss the effective qualities and style of the 3 world leaders below;

leadership style
Leadership Style

In small groups, you are to present a 1 minute presentation to the whole group using one of 3 basic leadership styles. The topic is:

‘HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT CUP OF TEA’.

Basic Leadership Styles; Submissive, Co-operative, Dictator

Keep in mind,

Most workshops are indoors. In many circumstances facilitators don’t have the opportunity to get people to actively perform the exercise. ( i.e a presentation on rowing technique may not involve actual rowing)

leadership style outcomes
Leadership Style Outcomes

Submissive

Co-operative

Dictator

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Questions

Can anyone think of examples where the three different styles of leadership shown in the last slide might be used to facilitate a workshop?

What style of leadership is most commonly used to give a presentation?

what attributes do facilitators need
What Attributes do Facilitators Need?

WHAT?

HOW?

WHO?

KNOWLEDGE

SKILLS

QUALITIES & ATTITUDES

Empathy

Self awareness

Non-judgemental

Honesty

Transparent

Supportive

Passionate

Confident/charismatic

Fair and objective

Learner centred philosophy

Learning principles

Learning styles

People EQ

Coaching principles

Leadership styles

Facilitation competencies

Tools, tricks of the trade

Listening

Observation (body lang)

Workshop design

Time management

Providing feedback

Presentation skills

Self awareness

Use of technology

Facilitation of learning

Modelling best practise

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Discussion

If you were to choose one attribute that is most important, what would it be?

What about in the following situations?:

  • Conflict resolution
  • Working with a small group of experts
  • Giving a presentation on specific skills
balance
Balance

SKILLS

KNOWLEDGE

QUALITIES & ATTITUDES

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Two Attitudes Towards Creating Learning

“I know how to do it, if I show them how to do it they will be able to complete the task”.

“I know how to do it, but I would rather give them the skills to find their own way to do it”.

presenter vs facilitator
Presenter vs Facilitator

Environment

Environment

FACILITATOR

Personal Presentation

Personal Presentation

PRESENTER

Content & Delivery

Content & Delivery

when facilitating or designing a workshop whose needs are most important
When Facilitating or Designing a Workshop, Whose Needs are Most Important?
  • Is it your needs as the presenter/facilitator?
  • Is it the people (coaches) who are attending the workshop?
  • Is it the athlete who the coach will teach?

Facilitator Coach Athlete

in summary
In Summary
  • What is the role of a facilitator?
  • Do facilitators really need many skills and attributes or is their role to present information and ask probing questions?
  • What are the key areas you have identified for your own further personal development as a facilitator?