A facilitator serves as a neutral moderator for a group to make important decisions that requires the group’s collective support. The key benefit to facilitation is that the group resolves outstanding issues that have often been difficult to overcome without the assistance of outside, independent support.
Facilitation: A group wants to meet face-to-face to plan or resolve their challenging issues.
“Andrew stepped into a volatile situation and managed to facilitate the common ground we were looking for. He has a knack for sifting through the rhetoric and getting to the heart of the matter. The Nuu-chah-nulth are very appreciative of Andrew’s contributions to our processes.”
– Cliff Atleo Jr., Treaty Manager, Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council