Experiential Facilitator’s Guide


A facilitation course that teaches the necessary skills, techniques, and activities for effective experiential programs. For a sample module, click HERE.

Hear how this program has improved facilitation events for both novices and experts alike.



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This course will teach you a plethora of new tools, techniques, and philosophies within experiential facilitation. After going through this course, you’ll have the skills to engage group participation, inspire self-reflection, and drive improvements within your experiential programs. Think of the layout of this course like an activity “cookbook,” helping you to quickly find relevant and useful activities when you want a fresh approach to your facilitated program. Your groups will never be bored again!

Experience a sample module here: CLICK HERE FOR DEMO.

Whether you are just starting out as an Experiential Facilitator or you’re a seasoned expert, this catalog of activities will give you a fresh look at engaging groups in team-building and leadership exercises. This mobile-friendly e-learning course is an introductory class for the team building facilitator and provides an important first step in building the foundational skills in basic and experiential theory, as well as a host of experiential activities:

  • Provide basic disclosure and framing presentations for participants at the beginning of a program.
  • Plan and sequence a basic experiential program.
  • Manage and implement emotional and physical safety during facilitation.
  • Experiential Learning Cycle: Kolb Model
  • Effective Debriefing: Top 10 techniques
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Active Listening
  • Linking
  • Confronting behaviors
  • Blocking and Supporting
  • Controlling Dominate Participants
  • The Art of Giving Effective Directions
  • Creative Partnering Tool
  • Attention-Getters
  • Managing Group Energy
  • Empathizing
  • Courage
  • Willingness to Model
  • Presence
  • Belief in Group Process
  • Stamina
  • Self Awareness
  • Sense of Humor
  • Inventiveness: MacGuyver Facilitation
  • Analyzing Games
  • Ability to Cope with Verbal Attacks
  • Refocusing Groups
  • Icebreakers
  • Energizers
  • Problem solvers
  • Initiatives
  • Processing and Debriefing
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