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Training / Facilitation Competencies - Trends
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in Group Facilitation: A Research and Applications Journal in Winter 2000 - Volume # 2 Number 2. Also published at that time were several commentaries by IAF members with suggestions for further refinement. This revision, for the purpose of certification, was completed in February 2003. IAF's work has identified the following six areas of core competency: A. Create Collaborative Client Relationships 1. Develop working partnerships Clarify mutual commitment Develop consensus on tasks, deliverables, roles & responsibilities Demonstrate collaborative values and processes such as in co-facilitation 2. Design and customize ...
Depending on the role offcourse, but I believe technical skills are easier to learn than soft skills. Often candidates are not aware of their lack of soft skills. You need intensive coaching to learn to use soft skills in a ‘natural’ way. The need to learn specific technical skills is also more accepted by candidates. posted on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 at 8:51 am You can be brilliant and no one will pay any attention to you if you have zero soft skills. I believe you need to define the position…describe a day (or week, or month) in the life of the position. Then ... Read More
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