The Executive Facilitator Academy

Creating Executive-Level Facilitators for the Boardroom and Beyond

A journey to create conscious competence around collaborations skills needed to facilitate tough executive-level meetings and conversations.  We provide a safe environment for leaders to learn and practice facilitation disciplines, tools and techniques. 

Why Attend?  

  • Meetings cost money, so it’s important that the time spent is actually productive and leads to results.  

  • The greatest tool for having effective meetings is a skilled leader who knows how to facilitate the conversation.

  • The skills you learn will help you become more intentional and deliberate in engaging others in all areas of your life.

What will you walk away with?

  • A model for designing all types of meetings - from 121's to strategy.

  • The ability to help your meeting participants tackle real issues, stay on point and make the needed decisions.

  • A toolkit of collaborative tools and techniques to increase engagement and meeting productivity.

  • Awareness of and a plan for developing more collaborative leadership behaviors.

 

Who should attend?

Leaders at all levels of the organization who have a desire to transform meetings in their organizations into more effective, productive opportunities for real work to happen. 

 

In-person workshops:

  • A 3-day workshop from 8:30am to 5:00pm each day.

  • Each class is limited to 16 people.

  • A healthy breakfast & lunch will be provided. 

Virtual workshops:

  • We meet once a week for 4 weeks.  Each meeting is 4 hours in length.

  • You will be expected to practice techniques between sessions and share your learnings.

Next in-person workshop: Oct. 27-29, 2021 in Boise.  Register now.

 

Next virtual workshop: Starts Oct. 5, 2021.  Register now to reserve your seat.

Workshop Pricing:

  • $1,275 per person 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Rethinking

Meetings

“As a $200 million enterprise, we thought we knew a thing or two about effective meetings and facilitation. But as it turns out, what we do know needs to be forgotten. We finally now have the skills and expertise to leverage across our enterprise.”

Jay Steinfield, CEO/Founder

Blinds.com