Facilitation skill is the ability and talent to direct group processes so that the participants develop the solution for a problem and its implementation.
International groups place the greatest demands on your flexibility as a facilitator. You need to be sensitive to different international communication rules. Only then can you successfully develop a constructive working environment and produce solutions of very high quality that enjoy broad acceptance.
Facilitators have to draw on their cognitive and emotional resources and use their energy to keep things on track. When they do this successfully, facilitators can not only manage the designated challenges, but also motivate the group to work together constructively, even in difficult situations. This also includes moderating in a virtual environment.
This seminar teaches you efficient facilitation approaches and methods, which enable you to develop solutions and implement work results in an intercultural group.