MG RUSH FAST Facilitation Leadership Weekly

Lunch and Learn: MG RUSH Structured Facilitation Gems or Takeaways

Prepared as a Lunch and Learn guide, you will find twelve FAST Structured Facilitation gems worth remembering. You will find them listed in alphabetical order, rather than order of importance. From the perspectives of curriculum developers, instructors, and students, please find the most significant learnings offered by the MG RUSH curriculum and structured facilitation technique. ONE:…

Three Questions for Clarity and Precision

How to Be Precise with Three Transition Questions: Do NOT Ask “How Do You Solve Global Hunger?”

Transition questions are highly effective because you cannot develop a plan, any plan, such as a marketing plan, by asking “What is the marketing plan?” The question is so broad as to be DUMB. It’s not easy for participants to respond to broad questions like “How do you solve global hunger?”  While appropriate, the question’s…

Stakeholder Analysis

How to Build Stakeholder Analysis and Consensual Understanding

Begin stakeholder analysis by identifying or examining the way that stakeholders interact with the organization when providing or receiving services or benefits. Because external or internal persons, groups, systems, and other organizations comprise stakeholders. They interact with the organizational group or a specific process. Therefore, identify process stakeholders by examining their contributions to the process…