To Facilitate or Not to Facilitate?

Are your meetings more frustrating than fruitful? Are you aware of the warning signals? Priorities careen out of control, work groups find that nothing ever happens in meetings, a decision or project is so complex that your team can't seem to get started on it. You've lost track of the overall goals. It's time to bring in a trained facilitator. A facilitator can bring an intensified focus that increases the energy of the group, an outside perspective that can help to re-instill effective grou

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