Strategic Momentum: Facilitation Skills to Build Consensus and Accomplish Outcomes
HALF DAY; Tuesday, March 11, 2:00-5:30 PM
SPONSORED BY THE INDIANA LIBRARY FEDERATION
How do we encourage participation? How do we get folks on the same page? How do we manage side conversations? How can we build consensus? Learn and apply tools to gain collaboration, engagement, and decision making with groups. Take away 5 Principles of Engagement and 6 Tools of Facilitation, including consensus and discussion models and a guide to handling interruptions and derailments.
Presenter: Lauren Burnett, Center for Inner Quality, Cleveland, Ohio
Organizer: Susan Akers, Indiana Library Federation, Indianapolis, Ind.
Target Audience: Library directors, administrators and managers. Any staff responsible for facilitating group discussions.
At the end of this preconference participants will:
- Know how to apply tools that help a group leader engage the group, better facilitate a meeting, and build consensus;
- Have many tools to lead a group discussion and involve others as well as handle interruptions and derailments; and
- Be familiar with successful models used to build consensus in group decision-making formats.
Cost: SOLD OUT