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  1. Mapping the Field of Facilitation Dr. Dale Hunter with Stephen Thorpe zenergy@xtra.co.nz

  2. Mapping the Field of Facilitation is its early stages... The maps are still evolving.Here is an early effort from our Australia and New Zealand Facilitator Conference in 2000. 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  3. AFN Conference 2000 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  4. Members of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) have also been at work in defining and clarifying the field of facilitation 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  5. 2001-2004 Definitions of Facilitation http://www.iaf-world.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageid=3290 IAF facilitator competencies http://www.iaf-world.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageid=3331 IAF facilitator certification http://www.iaf-world.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3672 IAF Code of Ethics http://www.iaf-world.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageid=3346 • AFN Conferences Brisbane 2001, Melbourne 2002, IAF Conferences USA 2001-2004, Malaysia 2003, Taiwan 2003. Adopted 2004. IAF Values http://www.iaf-world.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3343 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  6. At a workshop at the AFN Conference in Wellington October 2004 we had a go at mapping the field of facilitation 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  20. Map of Facilitation Spiral - AFN Conference 2004 Wellington Social Change School of Life Whole person Creative Expression Needs-based Action Plans Earth Care Openness Fire of Spirit Structured Processes Connection School of Magic Strategic Planning Heart Politics Whole system processes Storytelling Strategic Questioning Reflection Dialogue 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  21. Mapping the Field A new map Facilitation • 1. Purpose and Values • What is it? • What is it for? • Why is it important? 2. Place Where is it used? In what sectors? In what countries? 6. Schools, Methods & Tools What are they?What to use when? 5. Facilitator Education Tools & Techniques Theory Ways of Being Critical Analysis Political Implications 3. History Where did it come from? Who influenced who? 4. Effectiveness How can it be measured? How do we know if it works? IAF Asia - 2006 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  23. Purpose To facilitate means "to make easy." The group facilitator's job is to make it easier for the group to do its work. By providing non-directive leadership, the facilitator helps the group arrive at the understandings and decisions that are its task. In a consensus group the facilitator's focus is on the group and its work. The role is one of assistance and guidance, not of control. Michel Avery, Brian Auvine, Barbara Streibel, Lonnie WeissBuilding United Judgment: A Handbook for Consensus Decision Making The Center for Conflict Resolution, 1981, page 51. 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  24. Values IAF values • Inclusiveness  - Including the full spectrum of personal, professional and cultural diversity in our membership and in the field of facilitation • Global Scope  - Connecting and serving facilitators locally, nationally and internationally • Participation  - Advocating participative methodologies that generate ownership of decisions and actions • Celebration  - Celebrating life through spirit filled quality interchange, activities and events • Innovative Form  - Modeling a participative and flexible organizational structure that promotes growth, change and learning • Social Responsibility  - Supporting socially responsible change within private, public and voluntary organizations 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  25. Values AFN Conference 2000 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  26. Values • All people are intrinsically of equal worth • Difference is to be valued, honoured and celebrated • It is possible for people to live and work together co-operatively • The best decisions are made by those people who are affected by them From Co-operacy - A New Way of Being at Work by Hunter et al. 1997 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  27. Values • Valid information • free and informed choice • Internal commitment • Compassion From Skilled Facilitator Fieldbook by Roger Schwarz et al. 2005 (The first three come from the work of Chris Argyris and Donald Schön 1974) 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  29. Place Where is facilitation used? In all sectors: Community – consultation and development Government – central and local Business – corporations and smaller International – forums and UN 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  30. Place Where are the facilitators? 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  31. Place • Facilitator conferences held in: • Asia • Singapore, Taiwan and Malaysia • Africa • South Africa • Australasia • New Zealand and Australia • Europe • UK, Germany, Sweden, Slovenia, and more • Latin America and the Caribbean • Argentina and Colombia • North America • Canada and USA 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  32. Place Online Many online networks of facilitators including: International Association of Facilitators www.iaf-world.org Group Facilitation Group-FacL about 1000 people GRP-FACL@listserv.albany.edu Online Groups in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe, USA, Canada and Australasia 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  34. History Group facilitation has a rich history and many influences that have led to the development within the field. Indigenous peoples, the peace movement including the Quakers, feminism, individual and group psychotherapy, community and organizational development, and alternative conflict resolution and participative education and research methods have all had an impact on the development of facilitation and facilitator education. 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  35. History There is a handout for you which covers much of this history. It is called Mapping the Field of Facilitation. 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  37. Effectiveness Effectiveness can be measured by: • Meeting the purpose of the group Meeting objectives Feedback from participants • Relevance to situation Methods and processes matched to situation • The values and ethics of facilitation Code of ethics 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  39. Dimensions Dimensions of Facilitator Education have been mapped by Glyn Thomas of Australia Glyn Thomas 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  40. Created by Glyn Thomas – IAF Handbook of Group Facilitation 2005 – Jossey-Bass

  41. Facilitator Education • There are now many facilitator training providers • Some are represented at this conference • For more providers see the IAF website: www.iaf-world.org • Training programmes vary from 1-2 days to certificates and diplomas 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

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  43. Methods ICA ToP method Open Space Technology World Café Skilled Facilitator Appreciative Inquiry Zenergy Person Centered Graphic Facilitation Search Conference Strategic Questioning Strategic Dialogue Sociodrama and more… 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  44. Methods Also see the IAF methods database www.iaf-methods.org 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  45. Mapping the Field A new map Facilitation • 1. Purpose and Values • What is it? • What is it for? • Why is it important? 2. Place Where is it used? In what sectors? In what countries? 6. Schools, Methods & Tools What are they?What to use when? 5. Facilitator Education Tools & Techniques Theory Ways of Being Critical Analysis Political Implications 3. History Where did it come from? Who influenced who? 4. Effectiveness How can it be measured? How do we know if it works? IAF Asia - 2006 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe

  46. Let’s see if we can create a map of facilitation at this workshop 2006 Dr Dale Hunter & Stephen Thorpe