‘I have no use for knowledge that has not been preceded by a sensation’ – André Gide
Large group meetings are an important method of organisational change. They function as so called decision accelerators, gatherings where internal and external stakeholders co-create and express their support for the desired change.
Critical talks are respectfully guided and crucial topics are discussed properly.
Large group meetings help to*:
- plan and implement organisation-wide change
- solve complex problems
- facilitate breakthrough thinking and innovation
- enable organisational learning
- create community
- revitalise the organisation
* Gower Handbook of Training and Development
The main roles that I have been mandated with for leading groups from 50 to 500 people: process facilitator, change agent, interactive public speaker, interviewer, panel moderator, story-teller, animator, improviser, silence and timekeeper, trainer, first follower of ideas.
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SITTING AROUND THE TABLE WITH YOU IS USEFUL TO FIND OUT HOW WE CAN MUTUALLY BENEFIT FROM WORKING TOGETHER.
I WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO THINK ABOUT THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN ADVANCE:
- WHAT ARE THE THINGS YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO KNOW BEFORE WE TALK FACE-TO-FACE?
- WHAT ARE THE THINGS THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR YOU IN THE COOPERATION WITH A PARTNER?
- WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DISCUSS DURING OUR MEETING?
- WHO ARE THE PERSONS THAT NEED TO BE PRESENT IN OUR MEETING?
I LOOK FORWARD TO TALKING TO YOU.