Facilitation is improvisational work helping groups or teams of people work better together, understand common objectives, a define a clear sense of purpose. It is the ability to pay attention to several dimensions simultaneously. They invite active engagement and help individuals share more comfortably in-person and virtual spaces. As Garmston and Wellman explained in the Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups (2016), “A facilitator manages processes so that a group can plan, problem solve, share information, evaluate, and make decisions efficiently and effectively. A facilitator also works to improve group members’ ability to work together effectively and helps groups to improve their processes.” As a facilitator, I attend to task focus, process skills, and group/team development. In-person and virtual small teams or large group facilitation can be arranged. Please contact me with questions or to schedule an informational meeting.