Do you want people in your organization, department or team to work together more effectively? Are you interested in learning skills to improve communication between you and your coworkers? Facilitative leadership is essential at every level of an organization. By learning the art and science of thinking talking and acting together, you can ensure a more productive and satisfying working environment. The Facilitative Way includes five approaches to working together effectively: - MOBILIZE ENERGY to see invative thinking and stimulate strategic action. - ORCHESTRATE INTERACTIONS to practice building collaborative relationships and create a supportive environment. - GENERATE REFLECTION to promote questioning and listening and expand learning. - IGNITE ACTION to challenge comfort zones, create ownership and channel actions. - CAPTURE LEARNING to sustain a rewarding learning environment. What people are saying: It is obvious that those who wrote this book have been through the fire of facilitating change. Anyone wanting to tanke his or her organization on a change process would find better guide than The Facilitative Way. - Brian Stanfield, Author, The Courage to Lead - Transform Self, Transform Society, Toronto, Canada Wilson, Harnish and Wright have created a masterpiece in grasping what is involved in leading facilitatively. A variety of examples throughout demonstrate the real-world applicability of this marvelous handbook. - R. Bruce Williams, Author, More than 50 Ways to Build Team Consensus, Chicago, Illiis The Facilitative Way: Leadership That Makes the Difference belongs on everyone's desk. Reading this book will enhance your strategic thinking, facilitative skill, and reflective practices - all critical to effectively working with others. - Diane C. Duffy, J.D. Senior Management Consultant, Ohio University's Voinvovich Center for Leadership & Public Affairs, Athens, Ohio
Priscilla H. Wilson spent thirty-five years training groups and individuals to communicate and work more effectively together. Her work as a program designer, curriculum creator and trainer for leaders and facilitators took her across North America, South America, Pacific Islands, Northeast Asia and Europe. Priscilla's expertise encompasses program development, graphic design, facilitative training, diversity issues, life skills and mentoring. She designed curriculum and training packages for profit, non-profit and governmental organizations. She was one of the designers for the Global Wome's' Forum and LENS (Leadership Effectiveness and New Strategies) which were conducted on six continents. She was a facilitator in the Listening to the City town meeting, which facilitated local input on the future of Ground Zero. Priscilla has won numerous awards including the United Nations Kansas City World Citizen of the Year award in 1986. She earned a BA in Education from the University of Oklahoma with advanced studies at Northeastern University in Chicago.