The approach of the RoundTable™ is very simple but highly effective. Every person
understands the value of two-way communication. However, the most common form of
training used is one-way communication where one person talks and everyone else listens.
This may be a good way to convey information, but it is not effective for transformation.
RoundTables employ two-way communication in a structured environment. Ideas are
not taught; they are facilitated. During a RoundTable, a designated person leads, but
all participants share from their own experience. As a result, everyone grows together.
RoundTables are effective because:
- They are conducted in a small group setting consisting of four to ten people.
- They usually take between thirty (four people) and sixty (ten people) minutes.
- They give every participant a “voice” and the opportunity for a win.
- They are designed to emphasize and promote personal growth.
5 sessions of 1h webinar
RoundTable Facilitator Training Guide in PDF
Once a week