Seven Deadly Sins of Facilitating

What to Do About the Seven Deadly Sins of Facilitating (in alphabetical order):

Assuming: Simply because the facilitator hears what was said does not imply everyone heard what was said. The key to active listening is thorough reflection. Whether it’s audio (i.e., spoken) or visual (i.e., written down), the facilitator’s roleistoensure common understanding, not assume that common understanding exists simplybecausesomethingwas spoken. Modifiers: Nouns and verbs are a facilitator’s…