​Provide advanced facilitation practice

Your improvement plan should be considered a ‘living document’ in that it is something that is never complete as part of a continuous improvement process. Your identified areas for improvement are documented in the plan, and then implemented in your successive facilitation sessions. After each session in which your plan is implemented, you should review the performance of the plan, your strategies for improvement and your own facilitation practice.

When reviewing your performance and the effectiveness of your chosen strategies, methods or resources, ask yourself a few questions, such as:

  • What went well and what could have gone better?
  • What do I need to do to improve this?
  • Which strategies/approaches/resources were well received, and which were not?
  • How can I improve them?
  • What extra resources could I have used/do I need?
  • Where they were effective, could they have been more effective, or would an alternative approach have been more suited to the context/situation?