Involving Facilitation Skills Worksheet
Jeff E. Brooks-Harris & Kevin G. Shollenberger
University of Hawai`i at Manoa

For each of the following skills, please think about your role as a student leader and write down an example of something you could say or do that demonstrates this skill.

Inviting Participation and Interaction - prompting action, contact, and dialogue

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Bouncing Back to the Group - shifting focus away from the leader

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Recognizing Commonalities & Promoting Consensus - finding common ground

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Supporting Cooperation & Group Cohesion - fostering group unity

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Experimenting with New Behavior - encouraging members to try new things

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Copyright 1998 Jeff E. Brooks-Harris & Kevin G. Shollenberger. Permission is granted to copy and use this handout provided this copyright notice remains intact.


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