Planning, Off-Site, and Retreat Facilitation
Why should Rebecca facilitate your meeting?
- You want a facilitator who allows each member of the team participate fully, rather than your worrying about running the meeting. Rebecca steers the meeting so you can be fully involved and not distracted by tracking time or agenda items, while also managing the personalities.
- You want a facilitator who is an impartial party, not biased toward any person, idea or department. Rebecca masterfully keeps the discussion on focus, reducing tangents and tactfully limiting unproductive comments.
- You want a facilitator who introduces and solicits ground rules to ensure the discussion is professional and productive. Rebecca ensures that the conversation stays professional and doesn’t slip into personal attacks.
- You want a facilitator who keeps the group on track. Rebecca’s laser focus helps you stay on topic, rather than digressing into long personal stories with no relevance to the defined desired outcomes.
- You want a facilitator who is flexible, playful, and honoring, so the attendees feel heard and know their well-being is taken care of. Rebecca allows for real-time modifications if the group agrees it is in the best interest of the discussion. She creates an atmosphere of safety and fun with focus.
- You want a facilitator who is personable, so your group feels comfortable discussing whatever comes up. You want someone who is equally accomplished as your high-level attendees so they give her the respect that is needed for someone managing your meeting. Rebecca has impressive example of how Rebecca turned a disparate group into a cohesive one.
Rebecca loves creating retreats with a mix of professional and personal growth exercises. These can be as little as a day and as long as a week. The longer sessions allow for more depth of insights and growth, and are a perfect reward for key talent you want to retain.