Because nobody is smarter than everybody, facilitation skills serve the mindset of team and meeting leadership. Our certified and customizable facilitation classes generate the discipline and opportunity for you to lead teams, groups, meetings, and workshops—anywhere, anytime. From Live Online to On-site Facilitation Trainingand even a hybrid of bothto Coaching and Private Facilitation Training, MG RUSH offers a variety of options to fit your and your organization’s needs.


Live Online Facilitation Training

More Training, Less Travel? Register for our 301A Live Online Facilitation Training where instructor and students meet in a live online classroom and complete our Fundamentals Facilitation training over the course of four, six-hour days. Still need some face-to-face practice? Our 452A Online Professional Facilitation Training is a hybrid Live Online and On-site course which allows students the flexibility to complete their Certified Structure Professional Facilitator training with only two days of travel.Register Now »

Public Facilitation Training Courses

Our Public Facilitation courses, offered throughout the year, help you master the discipline and skills to lead teams, groups, meetings, and workshops—anywhere, anytime. Students who successfully complete our training earn up to 40 SEUs, 40 PDUs, and 40 CDUs.

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Private Facilitation Training

In addition to hosting our 2.5-Day Agile, 3-Day Fundamental5-Day Professional or 2-Day Advanced Facilitation training, MG RUSH offers CHOICE: Private Facilitation Training designed to fit your organization’s participants, culture, and specific needs.Learn More »

Meeting Design and Coaching Support

While each coaching contract has it unique needs, in general, our twelve month coaching plan includes a monthly video or conference call and two days per year on-site to witness, instruct, coach, and facilitate.Learn More »

750 Board Meeting Management

Board Chair and Board Directors Facilitation (750), our compressed, two-day course, provides the solution detailed by the Harvard Business Review (March-April 2018) article: How to be a Good Board Chair.Learn More »