Services: Dyanamic Facilitation

We offer these services to groups trying to creatively address their challenges and achieve accord about how to move forward.

Dynamic Facilitation

Dynamic Facilitation is a way to address difficult emotional issues creatively and collaboratively and achieve unity on what to do.


It helps People:

  • achieve breakthroughs on difficult, complex issues
  • arrive at unanimous results and choices
  • become empowered to new levels of capability
  • build trust, respect, and the spirit of community
  • grow in personal creativity and conflict management skills

What People are Saying

Organizational Development Impact

“I have been modeling Dynamic Facilitation on a daily basis for the various teams of which I am a member. The folks I deal with on a day-to-day basis are executives, managers, project managers, other analysts, and coordinators engaged in a myriad of information technology related projects. I have been asked on several occasions how I achieve such positive results in my work. My response always begins with a description of… the life-changing Dynamic Facilitation principles.”

“…This is a totally different way of facilitating that is actually easier than traditional methods. It allows participants to reach levels of creativity that spark one another so the group finds incredible, effective solutions to any size problem.”
Linda Condon, Washington State Department of Agriculture
Olympia, WA
Scott Riordan, Salem, OR

“A few days after the DF training I facilitated a team of 18 people and could apply DF. Difficult issues, which had been smoldering in this team for two years and which could not be clearly articulated, had to be dealt with. The breakthrough came at 7.30 pm. The result was, that everybody continued to work  – diligently and with lots of energy although closing time was over. The tiredness was gone, the energy was palpable and the result was great. DF gave me the confidence, that everything will go well … I never was so relaxed as a team developer in such a difficult situation.”
Ursala Zenses, Deutsche Bank, Germany

Empowering Groups to Handle Difficult Situations

“Part of why I love Dynamic Facilitation (DF) so much is that it works with people AS THEY ARE… whatever gift they bring gets heard and made available to the group mind. This alone makes DF incredibly useful in a pluralistic democracy. Add to that its power to metabolize conflict into useful insights and to engender co-creativity among diverse people, and it’s a real treasure.”
Tom Atlee, Author of The Tao of Democracy

Personal Growth

“Participants have an opportunity to experience growth that will transform relationships in all facets of life – home, work, society, and beyond.”
Glenn Ballard, Senior Consultant, All America Financial

“I found a way to facilitate for monumental change. It took me to a place I never knew existed and made me wonder why I had not already been there.”
Glenn Floyd, OD/HR Internal Consultant, Champion International, Sartell, MN