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    Successful group interaction is often determined by the quality of facilitation delivered. It is critical you can rely on the person with that responsibility.

    Whether a largescale workshop designed to align a top team’s aims with company objectives, or a Board meeting set aside to define a new strategy or initiative, TSOC professional facilitators deploy the latest thinking and tools.

    These include Scribing, an increasingly popular technique of using graphics to give groups real-time feedback in the form of images, diagrams and key points. It is a powerful tool for critical thinking, problem solving and strategic planning. Instead of reams of paper and flip-charts, as a facilitated workshop progresses it is easy to see what has been discussed, to get dialogue back on track.

    We are sought after for our experience with group facilitation activities such as team strategy, identity and relationship; information/knowledge sharing; informal and explicit communication. Activities include problem solving, roleplay, models and theories of teamwork, communications skills development, and trust building.

    For you and your people to fully focus on creativity and initiative, we take care of the meeting process. This means you get:

    • Space for your team to concentrate on the challenges at hand;
    • A safe, supportive and creative environment – a catalyst for real dialogue and new solutions;
    • Management of the problem-solving process – we ensure discussions move forward, conversations are inclusive, decisions are built on solid foundations.

    Return on your investment: Tangible benefits

    This is important. You’ll be judged on the results of a facilitated process. So will we. Your TSO Consulting facilitator will be a management professional who is commercially experienced across diverse business sectors. This means our facilitators focus on delivering an informed, assisted process, tailored to your needs. Return on investment is a key priority.

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