Become a Major Projects Knowledge Hub facilitator for a month:
- learn and practise one of the emerging skillsets of the 21st Century – online facilitation skills – communication and networking, change management, analysis and problem solving, future casting;
- meet and work with influential peers from across the major projects landscape;
- raise your profile both within and outside your organization
Facilitation could involve:
- 60 minutes a week, over the course of just one month; simply sharing, soliciting, commenting on content and connecting people
- or you might like to organise a Knowledge Hub Learning Event
- or you may join the Major Projects Knowledge Hub Reviewer panel to peer review Case Studies or Technical papers
You may choose to facilitate content and activities around subject areas in which you have particular knowledge or experience or to work more generally across project management.
If you need some prompts to help you get started as a facilitator; this collection of five facilitator activities may be a good place to get started. Please let me have your feedback – if you’re doing other things that you feel are valuable then let me know and I’ll add them to the list.
We run a regular facilitator induction session on the last Friday of every month in the Tait Room at the Institution of Civil Engineers in London. We also induct facilitators via phone and skype. One of the aspects of inducting new facilitators is finding the interests, activities and knowledge that you are particular interested in exploring because, if we can tailor your facilitation role to what you already do in your day job, then you’ll find it far easier to contribute.
If you are interested, would like to know more about what the role involves or would like to come along to the next induction session, then contact:
Jonathan Norman, Major Projects Knowledge Hub, Tel: +44 (0)7387 268596,