Facilitation is one of those often misunderstood terms.
Without clarity of what facilitation is, its usefulness
to an organization also becomes unclear. Simply
put, a successful facilitator is one who leads a group
of people through a task to accomplish stated goals.
to properly engage a facilitator, it must be clear what
the need for the facilitator is and what a particular
facilitator can do for the organization relative to the
task at hand. It is important that the facilitator
recognize the value of time and be able to lead the
group through the task in a positive and professional
Savvy's other services inherently require the leadership of
a qualified facilitator. As well, we are able to apply
our facilitation skills to specific instances where
organizations need assistance with working through a
specific task or obstacle where an objective "outsider"
is required. In these situations, our knowledge of group
dynamics and goal fulfillment is well suited.