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Facilitation

Process Facilitation

Moderation is what oils the gears in a meeting, a management conclave or a project team workshop. The participants concentrate on contents, goals and tasks - that is, on the “what”.
The person moderating concentrates on the “how”:
- the communication process
- the achievement of goals
- the sustainability of results
- the quality of the cooperation
- the communication flow
- the intercultural understanding and
- the dynamics within the group
Moderating international team meetings means reaching goals efficiently and learning from one another.
An international team comes together at a meeting. Time is of the essence and costs are high. Misunderstandings, different working methods or a lack of consensus often slow down the process and are a risk to success. This is where moderation can help!
Moderation already supports those responsible in the preparation phase. Establishing clear roles means that management personnel are released from chairing the meeting and conciliating outcomes. The moderator’s neutrality defuses situations in which team members “build fronts”.
Ad hoc interventions shed light upon intercultural misunderstandings, support the mutual learning process and improve the communicative skills of those involved in the long term.
In the end, efficiency has increased, a learning process has taken place and conflicts have been avoided or smoothed. The results are safeguarded and the meeting was fun.


Facilitation is what oils the gears in a meeting, a management conclave or a project team workshop.

The participants concentrate on contents, goals and tasks - that is, on the “what”.

While moderating the process of your meeting I concentrate on the “how”:

  • the intercultural understanding
  • the communication process
  • the achievement of goals
  • the quality of the cooperation
  • the sustainability of results and
  • the dynamics within the group

Facilitating international team meetings means reaching goals efficiently and learning from one another.


Here an example from real life: 
An international team comes together at a meeting. Time is of the essence and costs are high. Misunderstandings, different working methods or a lack of consensus often slow down the process and are a risk to success.

This is where facilitation can help!

As your facilitator I already support you, the chairman, in the preparation phase. Establishing clear roles means that you are released from chairing the meeting and conciliating outcomes. The facilitator’s neutrality defuses situations in which team members “build fronts”. Ad hoc interventions shed light upon intercultural misunderstandings, support the mutual learning process and improve the communicative skills of those involved in the long term.In the end, efficiency has increased, a learning process has taken place and conflicts have been avoided or smoothed. The results are safeguarded and the meeting was fun.