– YOU ARE –
The facilitator belongs to the family of coordinators, whose talents prove particularly useful in supporting the development of human capital accompanying the performance of the company.
CLARITY OF IDEAS
BALANCED IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS
SENSITIVE TO THE IDEA OF FEEDBACK
The facilitator has relational talents allowing them to excel in situations with a social aspect. They have particular advantages to reveal the full power of information and encourage assimilation by others.
Their natural curiosity drives them to take an interest in many subjects, sometimes far-removed from their areas of expertise. Combined with a good understanding of the issues involved in the situation, this curiosity allows them to establish quality exchanges. This openness – both intellectual and relational – makes them sensitive to the emotional signals they quickly pick up on without too much effort, allowing them to adapt their attitude according to the situation.
In a project management context, they often facilitate the transmission of priority information and its sharing, for effective assimilation. They will usually choose to pursue clarity: they give value to the information, after filtering and adaptation to the objectives of the situation.
The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said
– Peter Druker –
- Communication above all means understanding those who listen: Listening is an art!
- You need to know how to give value to information in order to attract support
- Communicating means being able to adapt the form and the tools to the objectives of the situation
-IMAGE CONVEYED TO OTHERS-
The facilitator is an “unforced” communicator, sensitive to external signals. This sharpness naturally justifies them taking the information, converting it to make it appealing, and encouraging the feedback needed for the successful execution of a project. The facilitator is generally perceived as an authentic and trustworthy person.
-ADVANTAGES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP-
The facilitator has natural talent for:
- Communicating on their decisions made
- Ensuring information is shared
- Speaking clearly and coherently with a person or a group
Their talents offer considerable advantages for sending priority orientations and encouraging the circulation of information.