Facilitation Services

Arcus has developed customized Staff, Executive & Board Facilitation solutions to address three broad areas that most organizations are focused on: visioning, strategic planning and change management.

Client Success- Transformational Change project

The challenge from the client: Due to a more intensely competitive environment and industry the client is experiencing a mismatch between the way the organization needs to operate and the culture that exists within to support this way of working. There was therefore a need to look carefully at elements of the culture that should be retained and built upon and those which needed to be influenced and changed over time. Review over 60 other case studies>

Arcus Change Model

Our consultants draw upon years of direct, front-line experience in a full range of industries. From Energy to Insurance, we help clients harness change and boost performance. Our focus on appreciative inquiry consulting delivers substantial value to clients.

Strategy is all About Implementation

Strategic outcomes are most predictable and effective when companies develop a portfolio of initiatives that are aligned with core competencies and aligned activities enable the company to offer a superior value proposition. Find out more about our Services. Or contact us for a proposal on how we can help for company. Learn more about our Strategic Planning Processes.

Facilitation services involve guiding and supporting group processes to help individuals and teams achieve specific goals, make decisions, or solve problems collaboratively. Facilitators act as neutral third parties who assist in structuring discussions, managing group dynamics, and ensuring that participants can effectively communicate and work together. These services can be applied in various contexts, including meetings, workshops, training sessions, and strategic planning sessions. Here are some common types of facilitation services:

  1. Meeting Facilitation:
    • Facilitators assist in planning, organizing, and leading meetings to ensure that objectives are met efficiently. They help manage time, keep discussions on track, and encourage active participation.
  2. Strategic Planning Facilitation:
    • Facilitators guide organizations through the strategic planning process, helping them define goals, develop strategies, and create action plans for achieving long-term objectives.
  3. Conflict Resolution Facilitation:
    • Facilitators work with individuals or teams experiencing conflicts, helping them identify issues, communicate effectively, and reach resolutions through open dialogue and problem-solving.
  4. Workshop Facilitation:
    • Facilitators design and lead workshops on specific topics, ensuring that participants engage in interactive learning, discussions, and activities to achieve the workshop’s objectives.
  5. Team Building Facilitation:
    • Facilitators organize and lead team-building sessions to strengthen relationships, improve communication, and enhance collaboration among team members.
  6. Training Facilitation:
    • Facilitators lead training sessions, ensuring that the learning objectives are met and that participants actively engage with the material through discussions, activities, and exercises.
  7. Innovation and Idea Generation Facilitation:
    • Facilitators guide brainstorming sessions and workshops focused on generating creative ideas, solving problems, and fostering innovation within organizations.
  8. Change Management Facilitation:
    • Facilitators assist organizations in navigating change by helping individuals and teams understand and adapt to new processes, structures, or cultural shifts.
  9. Community Engagement Facilitation:
    • Facilitators work with communities to encourage participation, gather input, and facilitate discussions on issues that impact the community, fostering a collaborative decision-making process.
  10. Retreat Facilitation:
    • Facilitators lead retreats, helping organizations or teams step away from their routine to focus on strategic planning, team building, or addressing specific challenges in a dedicated and focused environment.
  11. Virtual Facilitation:
    • With the rise of remote work and virtual collaboration, facilitators also offer services tailored for online meetings, workshops, and training sessions.

The role of a facilitator is to create an inclusive and productive environment where participants feel comfortable expressing their thoughts and ideas while working towards common goals. Effective facilitation can lead to better decision-making, increased collaboration, and improved outcomes in various contexts.

How can we help?

Please review our services below. If you don’t find what you are looking for, please contact Arcus. We would be pleased to discuss your project. Often change management requires a combination of numerous services including culture, appreciative inquiry, capacity and strategy planning, etc.