Dealing with Disruptors, the second book in the Facilitation Analytics series, is now out in Kindle format.
Just released: Dealing with Disruptors
Tools for teaching, documenting, and disseminating the communication skills needed for citizen-centered democracy.
We provide simple analytical tools for mapping, planning, and facilitating conversations on complex issues.
There are seven books in the series:
Understanding the Facilitation Cycle applies to a wide range of public meetings, from simple dialogues to deliberative forums, from World Cafés to town halls. Using the Facilitation Cycle can make a real difference in how you plan, host, and facilitate meetings.
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What do you do in the moment, when a serious disruption arises?
How can you reduce the risk and impact of disruptions in advance?
How can you discern disruptors’ often surprising motives, distinguish between intentional and unintentional disruptors, and respond appropriately?
• Attorney, mediator, facilitator, and teacher.
• More than 25 years experience in resolving complex issues.
• Has mediated commercial and community disputes and designed and facilitated multi-stakeholder dialogues on community and regulatory issues.
• Senior consultant with Public Engagement Associates.
• Two decades experience using current and emerging web and social media tools for public engagement.
• Project manager for online public engagement, Office of the Vice President and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
• Planning for Evaluation (2017)
• Working with the “Architecture of Engagement”
• Sparking Thought
• Building Dialogue Skills
• More on Framing and Mapping