What is Breakthrough
Breakthrough decision making is a structured participatory dialogue process focused on creating understanding and helping groups make informed decisions together.
Breakthrough Decision Making
4 x 3.5 hour interactive training session
Coming to an agreement can be painful. Breakthrough Decision Making is a structured participatory dialogue process that helps people align their ideas and make better choices. This training gives you a simple and effective framework for structuring workshops and the best way if working for each stage to guarantee your workshop success. The training is a must for everyone working with groups - leaders, team coaches, organizational developers, facilitators, designers etc.
Next training: November 23 - December 7, 2021
What will you learn?
In this training, you will learn
How to focus and connect the group
How to ask the right questions to take the group forward
The stages of a workshop and how to plan workshops
How to manage group dynamics
Key facilitation competencies that lead to success
To facilitate workshops related to organizational development
Who's this training meant for?
For beginning facilitators, the program gives confidence and a true understanding of fundamental principles of group decision making. For advanced facilitators, the training is an eye-opener that introduces a different, fresh and effective way for managing group dynamics and designing workshops.
Four 3.5 hour interactive training session
Session 1: How to apply the tools
Session 2: Seeking solutions
Session 3: Choosing solutions
Session 4: Actioning and key competencies
Trainer and Facilitator
Pepe Nummi is the founder of Grape People, a Finnish training company specializing in facilitation. Pepe has worked as a facilitator since 1998 and served as the inaugural chairman of the Finnish Association of Facilitators. Pepe is the developer of the Idealogue method and is the author of The Handbook on Facilitation, The Handbook of Virtual Facilitation, and Beyond Brainstorming Idealogue. Over the course of his long career, he has trained over 15,000 people in more than 20 different countries.