Facilitating the group to create powerful connections and insights beyond the ordinary/obvious requires engaging both thoughts and emotions – the mind and the heart. When both the Mind and the Heart are engaged together, it brings about a holistic shift in perspective, inspiring voluntary change. The logo symbolises a confluence of brain-waves and heart-beats emerging as a transformative synergy illuminating into a spectrum of colourful possibilities.
The art of group process facilitation plays a vital role in the working of businesses, governments and communities across the globe. Facilitation is about process - how you do something rather than the content - what you do. A facilitator is a process enabler, someone who makes a process easier or more convenient. Facilitation is about movement, moving something from A to B. Facilitation makes it easier to get to an agreed destination. Facilitation makes a positive difference in-
A facilitator is someone who engages in the activity of facilitation. They help a group of people understand their common objectives and assist them to plan how to achieve these objectives; in doing so, the facilitator remains "neutral" meaning he/she does not take a particular position in the discussion. John Heider in - The Tao of Leadership: Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching Adapted for a New Age says "A process facilitator, like a midwife, does not own the intentions, the actions and the outcomes. She just helps deliver the baby.”