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Small Group Facilitation: Improving Process and Performance in Groups and Teams by Judith A. Kolb

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Starting the Session

All essential agendas and supporting materials have been distributed. You’ve organized the session including technology to be used, materials, supplies, and room logistics. As far as possible, you’ve arranged the room with an eye on the message it delivers as well as its functionality. What’s left is the session itself. Here are some suggestions for getting off to a good start.

Arrive early. This allows you to make adjustments to the room, organize your materials, relax, and be ready to greet people. However, no matter how early you arrive, expect at least one participant to already be there. I’ve always found this to be true, and when I mention it to others, everyone agrees. View this as a positive—an opportunity to get ...

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