If you’re interested in developing your own facilitation, interviewing, or team-leading skills, these are some of my favorite resources to help you get started.
Strategies and tools for working together. From the Heartland Area Education Agency, a well-organized list of team-based exercises that anyone can use in team meetings.
Facilitating group discussions, from the Open University An excellent interactive 2-3 hour course on the basics of small group facilitation and decision-based meetings.
How your organization’s experts can share their knowledge. Many knowledge-intensive organizations struggle with sharing expert knowledge across the organization to develop greater expertise among non-experts. This article suggests ways for experts to engage.
Leech, B. (2002). Asking questions: Techniques for semistructured interviews. PS: Political Science and Politics, 35(4), 665-668. www.jstor.org/stable/1554805. Great tips for novice interviewers.
Looking for more resources and readings? Many of my blog posts have links to further reading or additional resources.