The Psychology Of The Facilitator

There is a growing awareness of the benefits to be realised from using faciliation in the workplace.  

Facilitation is about creating experiences and space for exploring, sharing and self-learning.  It takes a lot to be a facilitator – accepting that ‘the answer is in the room’ rather than being the speaker / teacher at the front of the room.

As communication is a critical element of facilitation (and vice versa), what makes up the psychology of a successful facilitator?  

This one-day workshop is for anyone looking to develop their skills as a facilitator.

This may be for:

  • Finding the cause of a problem or difficulty
  • Making a decision
  • Creating a plan
  • Clarifying an emerging situation or issue
  • Mediation / Conflict Management
  • Community Engagement

What does “The Psychology Of The Facilitator” include?

  • Founded on the findings of the book “Leader Language LLQi”, the focus is on psychology, communications and behaviour
  • The sessions are a mix of discussions and very small-group activities
  • Understand and explore 10 aspects of facilitator psychology
  • The program is built upon RocheMartin’s Emotional Capital model and how it applies to the role of facilitator

Eskil's 'Facilitator Psychology' workshop

Key Takeaways

  • Introduction to 10 aspects of your Emotional Capital and how they link to the role of facilitator
  • Practical approaches to developing your facilitator psychology
  • Your own personal development pathway

What kind of organisations benefited from facilitation?

This program is suited to all types of public & private sector organisation (including charities and NGOs).

Eskil's 'Facilitator Psychology' workshop

Ticket Details

  • £285.00 + VAT
  • Pre-workshop psychology profiling
  • Individual psychology assessment & development pathway
  • Breakfast, refreshments and lunch are included