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Facilitation Skills Inventory Participant Guide

Facilitation Skills Inventory Participant Guide

Ingrid Bens

ISBN: 978-0-470-18905-4

Jan 2009, Pfeiffer

48 pages

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Growing beyond the exclusive domain of professional facilitators, facilitation has become a core competency for anyone who runs meetings, leads a team, or manages a project. In addition, the concept of facilitation is a vital core leadership capability.

Based on Ingrid Bens' best-selling book Facilitating with Ease, your Participant Guide will give you an opportunity to test your facilitation skills by using the author's highly acclaimed Facilitation Skills Inventory (FSI). This tested assessment provides invaluable feedback on your core knowledge, tactical awareness, and observed behaviors. A flexible tool, the Facilitation Skills Inventory offers an opportunity for:

  • Corporations to use a standardized set of criteria in assessing the current skill levels and training needs of managers and leaders.
  • Employees to assess their current level of competency and help identify personal learning goals.
  • Trainers to design effective?classroom activities.
  • Educational institutions to reliably test for competence.

The Facilitation Skills Inventory is your ideal starting point for gauging, better understanding, and honing your facilitation skills.

Facilitation Skills Inventory Administrator's Guide Set

This item: Facilitation Skills Inventory Participant Guide

Facilitation Skills Inventory Observer Guide

(Paperback $18.00)

Facilitation Skills Inventory Participant Guide

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Purchased Together:$139.00


About This Guide.

Using the FSI.

Step 1. Refl ection and Self-Assessment.

Facilitation Skills Inventory: Self.

Self-Scoring Sheet.

The FSI Skill Levels.

The FSI Competencies.

Cut Scores.

Step 2. Preparation and Practice.

Step 3. The Observed Session.

Facilitation Skills Inventory: Self.

FSI Scoring Sheet.

Step 4. The Feedback Session.

Step 5. Creating a Personal Development Plan.

Program Evaluation.


Further Reading.

Training Links.

Professional Associations.