So, you’ve been asked to facilitate a meeting. What does that mean? What should you do to
prepare? Or do you need to prepare? Facilitation, really, that is easy, right? It is just writing
some stuff down on a flip chart.
Facilitation is an art and a science. It is a core competency needed to solve complex
problems, create strong “storming” high performance teams, dealing with conflict and
In this experiential session we will discuss how:
• Facilitation can be fun, make a difference and be profitable
• To increase client retention and gain more business from existing clients
• To avoid missed opportunities through effective facilitation
• To apply mind blowing tips and tricks
The value of being a great facilitator: You will build trust with your clients and become the
go-to person by being a great facilitation.
Come join us and learn mind blowing facilitation tips and tricks to obtain full engagement of
group dialog and enable the team to own the outcome as a direct result of your facilitation
About the Presenter, Blair Koch, CEO
Blair, a successful and experienced executive and entrepreneur, leads facilitated peer group
forums of presidents, CEOs and business owners at TAB – Denver West. Her background includes strategic planning, operations, business development, product management, sales
and marketing for companies ranging from early start-ups to the global Fortune 500. Her
years of experience as a business owner and shareholder provide her with broad exposure
to the vast array of challenges, opportunities, issues and problems that top executives and
entrepreneurs face. Blair has exceptional skills in building high-performing teams from a broad array of
industries. She has also worked with worldwide channels to manage customer requirements
and to assist sales in market acceptance and strategic presentations. The results?
Increased sales, higher profits and stronger bottom lines. Blair is a published author and has been quoted in Investor’s Business Daily and other leading publications. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and
communication studies from California State University in Sacramento and a PhD from the
School of Hard Knocks.