Facilitation has become an essential skill for leaders seeking to change lives, systems, and societal practices. Facilitative leaders play a vital role in fostering collaboration, nurturing the capabilities and commitment of employees, colleagues, and stakeholders. Facilitative leaders “lead” by clearly communicating their vision and organizational boundaries while supporting their team’s efforts.
Facilitative leadership entails guiding individuals by presenting an inspiring vision of the positive transformations that their work can bring to the world. It also involves creating an environment that encourages every team member to engage enthusiastically and wholeheartedly in their work. Weaving together these two roles is not always easy.
In this workshop, we will delve into the qualities, values, and benefits of facilitative leadership. We will explore its relevance in our ever-evolving workplaces, considering whether and how this leadership style supports leaders during times of continuous change and complexity. Participants will discuss content in small and large groups and apply it in real time to their own situations.
This virtual event will take place on the Zoom platform. Your access link will be emailed to you the day before the event after 12 p.m.
This session will be recorded. The recording will be made available to registrants for 14 days after the live event.
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is a consultant, facilitator and evaluator devoted to fostering greater cultural competence and responsiveness in the communities she works in. Sarah is compassionate, curious, and relational and believes one of her greatest contributions to clients is in her role as a facilitator of nuanced conversations. It is through this lens that she supports individuals and teams in deep listening, reflection and dialogue as they prepare to take steps towards becoming more equitable, more just, and more responsive to the communities they seek to serve. Sarah is an experienced facilitator and trainer, and she is most excited about learning alongside with people who have opted in to their work together.