Johnnie Moore

Tried and trusted?

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I agree with Viv:

Facilitation isn’t just about taking a tried and true process and using it yet again because it worked just fine last time. It’s about connecting dots, it’s about seeing a way a group can relate to each other and to a problem in a way they might not have considered before.

I tire quite quickly of debates about processess for this reason. The best moments in facilitation are the ones where there is a surprise, and something unexpected emerges.

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