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Need of Facilitation

The examination of our personal as well as the societal needs of Facilitation - as art to enable groups and organizations to collaborate and achieve synergy - has been a central and constant concern of our project.   Here you find a collection of our ideas regarding the general internal and external motivations behind the use of Faciltation as well as our need analysises that we conducted at the beginning of our ...

Experiences with methods

The experiences with facilitation were very distinct for everyone of us; especially the exchange about the perspectives of beginners and these of the more experienced have been very fruitful (see our stories). Here you can find out about how a facilitation newbie learned that and in which ways Facilitation is more than just about certain tools (see toolbox), that it is also very much about the exposure to and our ...

Germany

Needs Analysis from Berlin   Sabrina, Matthias, and Alex sat down that day to identify the situations we believe could benefit from facilitation in our daily work. We considered our main project, Germany Meets Turkey, which is a network of young professionals from Germany and Turkey interested in improving the German-Turkish relationship. We organize several events each year, including weeklong ...

Internal and external motivations

Why do we need facilitation? To approach this questions we spoke about two types of motivation to work with facilitation.   Internal motivation: We value a constant development Team work is important to us – We want to concentrate on cooperation We are looking for ways to empower ourselves Because we love to work with it We like to give value also to people not only to content We can be more effective in this ...

Facilitation process in NICO

When managing our partnership project there have been two different processes that needed to be managed – the people process (HOW) and the project process (WHAT). The degree of learning and creativity that derives from the project is a direct result of how well these two processes are managed and supported to interact. Facilitation for supporting these two processes is especially important at the start up phase ...

5th application: Open up urban spaces

5th application: Facilitation within informal organized European Projects/ Open up urban spaces (Lena)   Concept: During one year, a group of 16 young Europeans will meeting in order to learn an train themselves about Open Space Technology and to challenge the question of participatory approaches in urban spaces. Faciliation methods are therefin used for communication within the geographically spread group and ...

Flower model for collecting expectations

Why we are here? (facilitated by the Polish partner on January 13th, 2009 in Izmir)   Discussing and painting our personal motivationsand intentions regarding this meeting - in groups consisting of spring, summer, autumn and winter born participants.       Our expectations and questions for this Kick-OffMeeting are: Fun How to make use of Faciliation Finishing project plan What direction is this project ...

Feedback models

Handling challenges at group meetings  by using sensitive feedback models   Whole Message Model The WMM works on the principle that feedback has one purpose: learning. Telling people something does not amount to them “learning” anything. The WMM separates evaluation from the situation and the person at hand by organizing feedback along the following four steps: Observation (giving my facts) Thought (what I ...

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  • Network name

    NICO-F
    Network of Intercultural Communication Organizations on Facilitation

  • Your host is

    Matthias Bär

  • Created on

    16/12/2009

  • Members

    19

  • Language

    English