Facilitation for Science Leadership
Empowering and assisting workshop participants
Facilitation is an approach that actively involves and respects each individual’s input, fosters a sense of ownership, and helps unleash the collective potential of the group and its members.
The need for facilitation has come from demands from the workplace. It has become more important to enable more active participation – where people willingly contribute their creativity and energy and take ownership of decisions that affect them.
As innovation and resilience become more essential, traditional top down styles of leadership and management become less appropriate.
As experienced facilitators we have developed and delivered successful workshops, events, and meetings to a range of clients working in the science sector and beyond.
We have facilitated workshop and events for:
Welsh Government – One-day workshop on payment for ecosystem services
Ted Rogers Center for Heart Research, Canada – One-day strategy workshop for the Translational Biology and Engineering Program
SMRU, University of St Andrews – One-day workshop on defining the future strategy of SMRU Strategy
Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS) – One-day workshop on the consequences of BREXIT on Scotland
MASTS Marine Renewable Energy Forum (MREF) and the Offshore Renewables Joint Industry Programme (ORJIP) – One-day workshop on the environmental impacts research funding
University of Exeter and NEOM – Three x One-day workshops on long term monitoring programmes for the NEOM Nature Reserve Region
UNDP – One-day to five-day multiple stakeholder workshops on transboundary water systems
Google.org – Five-day Innovation in Science Communication workshop programme
Discuss your facilitation requirements with us today.