In the last session in this series, we will highlight our ‘Staff Picks’ for key, simple facilitation essentials and dive deeper into creating effective agendas, even on the fly. We hope you join us!
Facilitating for Equity
In this Facilitating Virtually session, we’ll describe and practice a decision-making technique called Open, Narrow, Close. – a narrowing process to get to a few great ideas. We’ll also review the value of shared leadership and roles.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, participants will gain skills for encouraging dialogue and leading groups through a facilitation technique called ORID (Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, Decisional) Process that focuses on a conversation. We’ll also practice Open, Narrow, Close again in small groups.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, we’ll help you understand your leadership style and how it impacts group dynamics. We’ll model tools to help facilitate more effectively through everyday disruptions and difficult personalities.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, participants will gain tools for building agendas that support productive meetings, gain a shared understanding of the importance of each point on the Facilitation Triangle, increase their confidence in facilitation skills and zoom tools.
Video: Facilitating Virtually #1 – a series to learn best practices for facilitating online meetings
We’re offering a series of workshop to shares tips for participant engagement and effective online meetings. In this first workshop we’ll share tips for navigating Zoom and other virtual platforms, as well as techniques for engagement participants and effective meetings.
We are offering an online series of Facilitating for More Voices workshops. Every other week on Thursdays, 12:30 – 2:00pm, from March 26th to May 28th.
Hear what they’ve learned and what drives them to stay involved.
What is a food council? And what do food councils do and look like in North Carolina? This video shares the value, the players, and actions of food councils told from the perspective of food council members across the state of North Carolina.
What would an equitable food system look like in your community? About this Resource Food Access Equitable Food System Attendees at the Statewide Food Council Gathering in North Carolina in December of 2017 shared these responses to the above question. This video and compilation of responses is part of Community Food Strategies work to create […]