In this core facilitation skills workshop, participants master the techniques and skills necessary to professionally structure, facilitate and build consensus within meetings, conferences, and multiparty decision-making groups. Effective group collaboration is a key 21st-century skill set. Learn and practice these skills from a well-known and highly effective instructor!
Time: 8:30am-5pm both days
Instructor: Tracey Pilkerton Cairnie
Continuing Mediator Education (CME) Credits: 8
About the Trainer
Tracey Cairnie, MS, PCC
Tracey Pilkerton Cairnie is a certified mediator/mentor, facilitator, coach, trainer, and public participation specialist. Tracey has over twenty years of experience in developing and implementing a variety of communication and alternative dispute resolution programs, workshops, and seminars. She provides services and training to a variety of government agencies (federal, state and local), businesses (profit and non-profit), universities, communities, families, and individuals. Tracey is also an adjunct professor at George Mason University’s Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution teaching mediation, collaborative communication, and negotiation skills. She holds an MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a BS in Public Administration from George Mason University. She is a graduate of the Georgetown University Executive Leadership Coaching Program.