Assistance with Communication, Problem-solving, and Decision-making

Tim Allen Hicks | 541.915.9606 | Email


There are times when it is helpful to have an external facilitator take responsibility for a meeting’s process management so that the meeting participants can focus on the substantive issues, for example when having to make important but difficult or contentious decisions. Bringing in an external meeting facilitator is also helpful when the relational dynamics within a group, or between groups, have broken down in one way or another. In these circumstances, an external facilitator can help everyone re-establish their foundation for working together.