Empowering People to Participate

Course# TD1128

Note: This series is capped at 16 participants.

Categories: Leadership and Organizational Development

Level: Intermediate

Type: Single-Session Workshop and part of an A La Carte Series
To maximize the collaborative learning, please review your calendar before registering to ensure you can attend the workshops.

Certificate: Participants will receive a certificate of completion if they attend all four workshops in the Developing Team Leaders Series.

Total Workshop Time: 3 Hours

Make-Ups: No make-ups are scheduled for this workshop.

Pre-requisites: None

Target Audience: Individuals interested in learning how to lead effective teams through facilitative leadership.

Workshop Description: The word “empower” means to give power or authority, to authorize, to enable or permit. Even when the team members are motivated by the team’s goals, they become unmotivated if they cannot participate in important decisions regarding how the team achieves those goals, especially if they are expected to carry out those decisions. A facilitative team leader can facilitate team members to set the team’s goals, lay out plans to achieve those goals, make important decisions along the way, assign roles and responsibilities, solve problems, and evaluate the progress of the team.

In this session participants will:

  • Learn the difference between a facilitator and a presenter.
  • Learn how to facilitate meetings with 100% participation.
  • Learn how to facilitate when you are not the one in charge.
  • Practice brainstorming then clarify, discuss and organize the ideas generated.
  • Practice asking effective questions.
  • Learn about and practice multi-level listening.
  • Learn about and practice using group memory.

Presented by: Judy Rannow

Session Information:

Monday, September 17, 2012
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Part of the Developing Team Leaders series.

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