Strategic Facilitation for Power Meetings and Workplace Interventions
The facilitative leadership tools contained in Strategic Facilitation for Power Meetings and Workplace Interventions are designed to encourage those who believe in, or want to be convinced about the value of participation and engagement.
This programme aims to provide these people with the tools to lead participative interventions and the necessary theory on how to tackle challenges and incite participation by understanding how people respond to different leadership styles.
The space of strategic facilitation provides a methodology, an approach and a series of activities that the organisation can adapt to meet the situations it faces.
A core passion, people in project management, has honed our understanding of how collaboration can be effortless, seamless and as robust as possible.
And we don’t use these terms lightly!
No need to be furious – be facilitative!
Effortless, Seamless and Robust
Strategic Facilitation for Power Meetings and Workplace Interventions is aligned to the NQF unit standard, applying leadership concepts in a work context. (SAQA ID 242824, NQF Level 4, 12 Credits)
Against the backdrop of leadership theories, we identify how various styles can adopt a facilitative approach. No matter what leadership style you naturally apply, we firmly believe that ALL leaders must show evidence of understanding, inspiring and leading synergy.
Power to You
We’ll show you how to apply The Process Iceberg® methodology as an intervention technique for the effective management of groups and meetings. This knowledge can strengthen how organizations work collaboratively and expand on leadership skills.
What is Facilitation?
A facilitator is someone who unbiasedly helps a group of people understand common objectives and assists them to plan to achieve them without taking a particular position in the discussion.
The theory and practice of strategic facilitation covered by Snap Tech, provides insight into leading and nurturing a participative approach at work.
Facilitation is a common word used in a variety of different contexts. However, ‘being a facilitator’ for a group and ‘facilitating meetings and other events’ requires key skills and a deep knowledge of the principles and concepts involved.