- test assumptions
- allow new ideas to surface, address new needs or needs not easily articulated
- put unlikely things together and see new connections and patterns
- provoke and stimulate new ideas
- tolerate and respect uncertainty and anxiety before an authentic solution emerges
- harness different skills and personalities, encourage robust dialogue
We specialise in group and team processes, using a wide repertoire of tools to encourage dialogue and creative interaction.
We also teach facilitation in a range of professional contexts, including as consultant trainers at the University of Technology, Sydney.
You can read more about our approach to facilitation training by clicking “Why and when to use an independent facilitator”.
We also teach facilitation. For more about this, click here.