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Facilitation Stories

Welcome to Facilitation Stories, where we discover how facilitators ended up in the profession, and how facilitation methods, principles and techniques are used more widely. Brought to you by the England and Wales chapter of the IAF.

Dec 16, 2019

In this episode, Pilar talks to Gary Austin about what learning opportunities he's found during his 30 years as a facilitator.

But before that, we have a roundup of what's happening at the different Meetups from:

Susannah Raffe, @SusannahRaffe


Dec 2, 2019

Megan Evans is a consultant, facilitator and trainer and host of the IAF meet ups in Wales.

Megan describes how she first got into facilitation quite a few years ago, experiencing it as a participant and then being “roped in”.

She was inspired by being asked what she and other people thought, and not just being...


Nov 18, 2019

Lee Button is a freelance facilitator and Senior Partner at WeAreBPG.

Lee tells us how he first came across facilitation, when he was part of a session run by someone who was leading a group process, enabling those present to create the content, and how that led to Lee taking his first steps in developing himself as...


Nov 4, 2019

 

Helene Jewell and Pilar Orti discuss The IAF conference (18th/19th October 2019 in Birmingham)
2 days and an evening which included: Human map, Client Panel Interviewing, Parallel Sessions, Open Space (inspired), Dine Around 
We hear from James at Session Lab @notjamessmart talking about the sessions he...


Oct 21, 2019

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Helene Jewell talks to Penny Walker Facilitator, Coach, Consultant and trainer in change for sustainable development. She's the author of two books and has contributed to a whole variety of other publications.
Connect with Penny on Twitter...