Training in group facilitation and participatory strategic planning01/12/2019
At IofC Switzerland, we believe that facilitation is key for any group of people, who come together to have a conversation that moves individuals and organizations to work towards a more just, peaceful and sustainable world – whether they are a team or not. This is why we provide facilitation training and offer our facilitation services in collaboration with ICA.
On 28 and 29 October 2019, Anna Krebs and Brigitt Altwegg co-delivered our latest Group Facilitation Methods (GFM) course. The participants brought with them a unique energy and great practical questions. They said they were delighted to have learnt a framework that would help them structure their facilitation in the future. Practice sessions enabled them to fine-tune their facilitation skills.
On 30 and 31 October, Jonathan Dudding from ICA UK delivered a second course on Participatory Strategic Planning (PSP) in Geneva. Heba Aly, Director of The New Humanitarian, said: ‘This course helped make sense of the process, with a clear roadmap and tools to use to run successful strategic planning processes with your teams. I had been searching for help with this and didn’t quite know where to turn. Very happy I came across this course!’
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