How to be a Successful Facilitator

SUNY Oswego Phoenix Center

May 20 and 27, 8:30 am to 5 pm

This course will teach participants to understand the role of the facilitator in group, team and individual settings and develop skills to facilitate short- and long-term projects. By definition, a facilitator is a person who makes things easy. But if you sometimes find the role to be tough -- mainly because you're a manager, not a professional facilitator -- this targeted course provides all the help you need. It teaches you the skills needed to keep a person, group or team on track, and it shows you how to work well with diverse personalities.

Designed for general managers whose time is at a premium, the course presents a six-step process and tools that you can apply in any situation-whether you're facilitating a short-term problem-solving session or a multi-year strategic planning project.

Register for the courses or certificate program using one of the following options:
♦ Register online
♦ Download a PDF registration form and fax to 315-934-4901 or mail to: SUNY Oswego Phoenix Center, 70 Co Rt 59, Phoenix, NY 13135
You will need Adobe© Acrobat Reader for the above form. Follow this link to download the free Adobe Reader .Persons with disabilities, who need accommodations in order to successfully complete this professional development course, should contact the Disability Services office at 315.312.3358.

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