Group Facilitation: Skills to Facilitate Meetings and Training Exercises to Learn Them gives a quick introduction to basic skills of meeting facilitation, and exercises anyone can use to practice them. A detailed section on additional resources will guide you to websites and books for further reading. Useful for · Individuals who want to practice basic group facilitation skills on their own · Managers and team leaders who want to improve their group leadership skills · Trainers and consultants who want to help clients and their organizations get meetings to a higher standard. · Teachers and community group leaders · Committee chairpeople · Elders, deacons, pastor, rabbis, council chairs in religious settings · Religious leaders · Parents · Anyone who leads meetings
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Ron Kraybill is a professor in the Conflict Transformation Program at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. In addition to many published essays, he has written Peace Skills: A Manual for Community Mediators (Jossey Bass, 2001); Repairing the Breach: Ministering in Community Conflict (Herald Press, 3rd Edition, 1982); with Lynn Buzzard co-edited, Mediation: A Reader (Christian Legal Society, 1979), and edited Training Manual for Conflict Transformation Skills (Akron, PA: Mennonite Conciliation Service, 1988). In recent years he has spent blocks of time as a consultant and trainer in peacebuilder in India, Sri Lanka, and Burma.
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