The Art of Facilitation


One of the most important sets of skills for leaders and coaches are facilitation skills. These are the 'process skills' used to guide and direct key areas in an organisation. Good facilitation makes the difference between event success or failure. Learn how to be an effective facilitator, and find out how to develop the skills for the role.

At this workshop you'll learn how to plan, guide and manage a group or event to ensure that objectives are met effectively, with clear thinking, good participation and buy-in from those involved. JumpShift has trained 100's of people in facilitation skills across a number of organisations. Many of these people are now facilitation experts within their organisations and some make their living as facilitation consultants.

The programme includes a full day workshop, plus a two hour virtual follow up session. Additionally you will receive a comprehensive A5 facilitation toolkit for future reference, and an online workspace for action planning, collaboration and soft copy resources.  


Cost is $995 + GST per person.  

Discounts available for early bird, and multiple tickets purchased from one organisation.

Our approach is based on our proven Diagnose – Inspire – Your ActionTM (DIY) process, and combines workshop based learning with on the job actions.

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MARK WATKINS is our VP Sales & Delivery at JumpShift. He brings 20 years experience in sales, facilitation and coaching having worked with organisations across the world through a number of consultancies including his own business. Mark inspires meaningful conversations and is passionate about what enables organisations, teams and individuals to achieve their potential. 

Mark holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Managerial and Administrative Studies from Aston University in Birmingham, UK. He is a coach supervisor, an ICF accredited coach, an NLP practitioner, Insights accredited and loves personal and leadership development.


Recent participate and graduate Martin Andrews shares his key takeaways from being on the programme and how it has helped have a tangible impact on the way he works with and leads others.