Facilitation Guide

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While this document is designed for training facilitators in a conference or workshop, the information and techniques are also applicable for small groups and one-on-one facilitating.


  • This training should be delivered in a “facilitation style” to model how facilitation works.
  • Always consider your PURPOSE for the training. What do you want to accomplish?
  • What do you want them TO KNOW?
    • For example: Do you want the attendees to know the DTI curriculum / manual?
  • What do you want them TO DO with the information from the training?
    • For example: Do you want them to disciple/mentor at least one person and to implement in their churches?
  • What do you want them TO BELIEVE?
    • For example: They must believe that one-on-one spiritual mentoring is important, and they can do it.  Otherwise, no matter how much they “know” – they will never “do it”.  So don’t ignore this important part of the training.

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