Facilitation for Business Teams and School Boards

Are you starting a new project or team? Or beginning a new strategic planning process? Do you want to improve the efficiency of your meetings? As an authorised facilitator for TCI, I can help you get people focused on end goals and set up frameworks to enhance team commitment.

Bring out the team’s natural strengths
In a meeting or series of meetings, I support the group so that they become more aware about the task at hand. Together we create a safe, supportive, stimulating environment that brings out the group’s natural creativity, resourcefulness and unity. This includes designing the process of the meeting and arranging the space to ensure maximum results.

Fostering progress
As a provocative facilitator, I guide the meeting so the group has the conversations that need to take place. That means keeping the group on track, inviting the unspoken and tackling issues that may be blocking progress. By avoiding blame and tapping into the leadership potential of all participants, I help the group navigate imminent changes so they conclude the process knowing the subsequent actions they need to take to achieve success.

Consultancy for school boards
Having sat on the boards of international schools in Poland and Warsaw, I use my work as a facilitator to help schools develop in key areas. As an Affiliated Consultant for the Council of International Schools (CIS), I focus on strategic planning, change management, leadership development and governance. The goal is to shape effective relationships between school boards and administrators.

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