Bringing in an outside facilitator is often thought to be the domain of the Fortune 100/500 crowd, however many small and mid-sized businesses work with facilitators regularly in my experience. Having someone with specific skills in facilitation with added subject matter experience (for example a marketing facilitator) results in team collaborations that work. A skilled facilitator can deliver:
1. Improved team communication and collaboration: Helping team members communicate more effectively and collaborate better leads to better decision-making and more successful initiatives.
2. Increased productivity: A skilled facilitator can help teams stay on track and focus on their goals, leading to greater productivity and efficiency.
3. New perspectives and objectivity: Facilitators bring fresh ideas and objective perspectives to the table, helping teams to think outside the box and solve problems faster.
4. Enhanced problem-solving skills: A facilitator is in the problem solving business – helping identify and address problems and challenges systematically.
5. Improved morale and team dynamics: Working with a facilitator can help team members feel more engaged and valued, leading to a more positive and collaborative team dynamic. Bringing in an experienced facilitator is no longer just for the big guys.
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