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Facilitation/ Consensus Building

Facilitation/ Consensus Building

A neutral third party assists parties to achieve their goals by organizing and running effective meetings or gatherings. Using an outside facilitator allows the individuals involved to more freely express their concerns; increases productivity by keeping participants on task; and reduces tension between parties by ensuring clear communications and that all voices at the table are heard. The goals of facilitated meetings may range from exploring and discussing issues, to educating participants to gathering public input, to making recommendations or decisions, or combinations thereof. When the goal is to develop recommendations or make decisions, the facilitator works to build consensus between and among participants to develop agreements that all or most of the group support, thereby increasing the likelihood of their implementation.

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