As part of an ongoing initiative we are releasing individual articles, every two weeks approx.
The Summer edition of e-O&P theme is Sharing experiences of facilitation through writing - Part 2: dress rehearsals'. Guest Editors Steve Dilworth and Bob MacKenzie.
As in the Spring 2018 edition, the articles in this edition are all drawn from the real life experience of the writers as facilitators. From this common ground has sprung a wide range of perspectives.
3rd article in this edition
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Steve Hearsum reflects on his own development as a facilitator in a way that will resonate powerfully with others. For Steve, ‘learning edge’ is a core notion, which has changed/moved for him significantly over the years, enabling him to make and accept challenge more readily. Steve reflects on the impact of his greater ease in working at this edge, to the benefit of both himself and on the individuals and groups who he facilitates. He also makes a strong case for the use of evidence-based interventions. He is not against intuitive facilitation per se, but he argues strongly that this should be supported by data.
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