Facilitation is the art of accompanying collective processes
As I walk the learning path of facilitation, I continue expanding my capacity to embrace diversity of people, processes and tools. Most of my experience comes from my own involvement in collective processes and organizations. I strongly believe that academic environments can benefit from facilitation in their transition towards more collaborative practices.
Open dialogue between different academic disciplines in search for shared understanding of each other perspectives and tools. Experiment with different forms of integration between them.
Include a plurality of knowledge systems within research processes, situate knowledge production in real contexts and problems and engage with actors and communities who are willing to co-create with you.
Incorporate horizontal decision-making and co-production tools in research groups and projects. It is possible to deal with power asymmetries and privilege within academia.
- Spanish Institute for Facilitation and Change (advanced level)
- Participatory processes
- Non-violent communication
- Dialogue techniques
- Theory of Change
- Process work
- Dragon Dreaming
- Online facilitation