Conducting a selfevaluation
Having the group critique itself
Having the group evaluate the facilitator
Having a trained observer conduct the evaluation
The last step in the process of creating and leading successful facilitation sessions is to evaluate what worked and what did not. Given the amount of time that people spend in meetings, isn’t it surprising how seldom the effectiveness of a meeting is evaluated?
Keep in mind that the point of evaluating a facilitation session is to allow continuous improvement. The evaluation process can happen on several levels—for example, you may critique yourself, have the group critique itself, have the group provide feedback about your skills as ...