Co-facilitation: A Practical Guide to Using Partnerships in Facilitation

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Kogan Page, 1997 - Business & Economics - 169 pages
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Training has become much more learner-driven. The role of the trainer is becoming that of the facilitator, guiding others to make decisions. With this change has come the realization that facilitation is much more effective if two or more facilitators work with a group. In fact, more than 50 percent of trainers now work either in pairs or as part of a larger group. This ground-breaking book offers trainers the practical advice they need to use and maximize the impact of co-facilitation.

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Joanna Knight is an independent consultant based in Reading, England, and is also a tutor on the MBA program at Reading University.

Scott is founder and chief of the Division of Sports Medicine at Kaiser Permanente medical Center in Santa Clara, CA. He has over 14 years experience in treating a wide variety of sport related ailments. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine.

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