Have you worked in this organization? You don't explain what you're doing because people will steal your ideas. It's best just to go along with whatever the majority wants, even if you can see some real problems down the road. No one will take responsibility for the results unless they're good, then everyone takes a share. If you've experienced any of these situations and want to make some changes, become a facilitative leader in your company. By utilizing facilitative techniques, you can change attitudes and create a more cohesive, supportive learning environment. This course starts by identifying the differences between group facilitators and facilitative leaders. You will learn techniques to recognize and work with all levels of interaction. You will discover what makes an effective facilitative leader. And finally, you will learn strategies to get group members to take a personal interest in a project's success.
Managers, team leaders; anyone who will conduct/lead meetings or workgroups