We are a team of trained, experienced and highly motivated professional facilitators. Our job is to design and facilitate virtual and face to face workshops that help organisations to think, discuss, plan and learn in new and exciting ways.
We believe that when it comes to making a difference and driving positive change, it is people that make it all possible. We help groups to think bigger and work smarter, through innovative workshops that lead to fresh ideas, alignment and clarity.
Every one of us has deep experience in business and learning environments. We have been there; we have experienced the full spectrum of challenges that hold organisations back and we have definitely attended some very dull and ineffective meetings! But we also know what it feels like when things click – when people feel listened to, when the debate is inspired, when people are daring to think differently and importantly, when things feel organised, structured and focused.
Our role at Wild Thinking is to use all of our knowledge and experience to make sure that your particular event is:
We are not grandstanders or attention seekers; we are not there to tell anyone what they should do, and we always remain steadfastly neutral. Our job is simply to facilitate successful sessions for the participants – to make it easier for the group to have the conversations that they want to have and to find their own answers.
What is a facilitator?
Someone who helps a group to work together to get better results. We are there to create an environment where people can show up at their best. We do this through focusing on process not on the actual content of the conversation. We leave that bit to you!
When to use a facilitator?
A facilitator can add real value in situations where you are bringing people together and you want to set the group up for success:
Why use a facilitator?
By working with a facilitator, you will make sure that:
What does a facilitator actually do?
Good facilitators bring a wide skill set to the design and facilitation of a group session. These include: