Moderation


Bringing structure and order into a communicative clutter or creating a bit of constructive chaos if the different perspectives are too well-worn – that is how I understand moderation.


Whenever a team is having difficulties with their communication, when cooperation is decreasing or decisions are not taken, moderation can be helpful. As an external expert for tidying-up the communicative mess, I take care of the process by providing guidance, visualising content and taking care that no issue is swept under the carpet.


There are several occasions for a moderation. A small team benefits as much as a large group. In the spirit of promoting the value of transparency, moderation is a wonderful method to hear all the voices within a group, facilitating the dialogue with each other and capturing the main results.


From time to time, especially in self-organised teams, an external moderation can be helpful. It ensures that all team members can take care of and focus on the relevant issues – and not bother with the process.


Moreover, in the context of large group events an external moderation can significantly improve the communicative process.

"There is always another way."

Thomas Mann


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Possible Occasions for Moderation are:

Creative Processes – Developing ideas and visions together


Clarification within the team – Processes, roles, relationships and responsibilities


Taking decisions – Which options do we have and what are the next steps?


Large group events


Getting to know one another


Optimising meeting culture – Moderation during our regular meetings


Knowledge Transfer – Structured transfer of your explicit and tacit knowledge to a successor


Just contact me with your topics and questions. Together we will find the right format for you and your team.

At a Glance

Duration:

Depending on the topic, possible from 2 hours to several days

Location:

At your location or in external facilities

Investment:

The first-meeting is free of charge. Its goal is to get to know each other and define the topic. Following this you will receive an individual offer.