Our team is made up of passionate, skilled facilitators who’ll work with you to create a compelling, collaborative environment and make an impact.
Our goal is to pass on our skills and knowledge of facilitation to people who want to help transform organisations.
Support, training and inspiration to help you embrace facilitation!
In a radically changing world, our mission is to share facilitation practices with the widest possible audience.
Facilitation involves making a group’s task easier by enabling it to develop realistic, relevant and engaging solutions. This highly inclusive approach can be harnessed in any situation and makes best use of a group’s collective intelligence.
The next dates:
1 July 2020
Our interactive conferences London
Facilitation and the role of the facilitator
Duration: 3 consecutive days
Question: How can individual commitment and collective performance be encouraged in professional projects?
Answer: facilitate meetings rather than just lead them.
Facilitation involves creating the conditions needed to make best use of a group’s collective intelligence, and to drive the group towards an effective and lasting objective.
Come along to this training and give the role of facilitator a go! Learn to:
Prepare an intervention plan
Create and facilitate collaborative processes
Leverage and channel a group’s energy and skills
Who's it for?
Anyone who wants to take on a facilitator role as part of their profession.Project managersHeads of a cross-divisional area (innovation, quality, organisation, communication, CSR, etc.)Trainers, consultants, coachesAnyone who works to support change within organisations and wants to find different ways to work collectively
What's it for ?
This course provides you with the basic skills needed for our advanced modules and allows you to :
Understand the basics of the facilitator role
Learn about theoretical and practical methods of facilitating collaboration
Experiment and put theory into practice in a safe, welcoming and fun environment
Experience a team dynamic over 3 days and train with your peers
You will be provided with learning materials including the theory covered over the 3 days together with turnkey methods.
London localisation : https://www.ncvo.org.uk/about-us/venue-hire/find-us
Our customers' testimonials
Because they are our best ambassadors!
Its ability to support a project or challenge within a company, standing side by side with its clients as a facilitator, but above all as a partner. The idea of Formapart as a “service provider” disappears and we came to consider them to be a colleague working by our side. It’s a huge selling point, due largely to the confidence inspired by Formapart, its teams and its founder, Jean Philippe Poupard. We’ve been working together regularly for 7 years now, and we experience the power of their methods every time we do so, which has helped us to establish collaborative practices within our group on a lasting basis.
Directeur ARKEA 360°
Formapart’s expertise came at just the right time, when Campus de la Transition was launched. We’ve acquired knowledge and techniques from them for facilitating collaborative practices. We’re better able to gauge when it’s important to separate roles, how things that appear insignificant can completely change the group dynamic. Above all else, we’ve seen how the proposed framework has helped the project, the quality of our relationships and our exacting and enthusiastic creativity! What’s more, we see the benefits of this when preparing and leading our meetings.
Présidente du Campus de la Transition
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We are all facilitators with each our own skill. Some of us are employees of Formapart, others are independent, but we all share the same values, the same theoretical and methodological fundamentals and a keen interest in facilitation and what it allows.
The facilitation blog
Definition of facilitation
Before defining facilitation as a professional activity, let’s take a look at its etymological origin. Facilitation comes from the verb “to facilitate”, which in turn comes from the Italian “facilitare”: to make easy or easier. The common Latin root of these words is the adjective “facilitis”: something that is done easily. The Antidote software program […]Read the article
When a taste of facilitation creates demanding participants
Many people can now bear witness to the fact that facilitation opens up largely unexplored channels of dialogue, communication and collective effort within organisations. They would also attest to resulting decisions unifying all stakeholders and leading to outstanding team mobilisation. But there’s a catch: it makes them demanding. Once people have had a taste of […]Read the article
A facilitator’s five levels of intervention
Why become a facilitator? This is a question that I have considered in depth. It even led to me giving this brief talk at “La Fabrique du Changement” in Nantes in May 2019, where I gave an outline of a facilitator’s various levels of intervention. A brief summary is given below: Level 1: Spirit of […]Read the article