Our facilitators ensure that you stay focused and on track while fostering high levels of engagement and healthy communication, and removing obstacles to progress.

Facilitators provide a neutral and unbiased perspective. As professional facilitators, they are able to manage the process and utilize the most appropriate tools and techniques in support of your objectives. They are sensitive to organizational politics and cultural challenges while also asking provocative questions, and tailor their style to the needs of the group.

At Soarington, we only provide highly experienced facilitators with the expertise to actively navigate executive, mid- management, or employee level discussions.

GroupFacilitation_smallSoarington’s facilitators:

  • Achieve a comfortable environment for open communication
  • Maximize group potential
  • Optimize productivity
  • Foster creativity
  • Increase engagement
  • Improve group dynamics
  • Increase efficiency
  • Obtain commitment to and accountability for action plans
  • Quickly neutralize difficult behaviors
  • Expedite problem-solving
  • Achieve buy-in for agreed upon solutions
  • Accelerate action-planning
  • Develop consensus when needed
  • Keep participants focused and on track

An independent facilitator can add significant value to the following:

  • Envisioning workshops
  • Goal setting and alignment
  • Roadmapping
  • Developing new strategies
  • Client-vendor teaming effectiveness
  • Process Improvement
  • Cross-department effectiveness
  • Program creation
  • Program evaluation
  • Conflict-resolution

Our approach


  • Conduct interviews with key stakeholder to clarify goals and objectives
  • Prepare agenda and plan exercises/activities

Communication and Pre-work

  • Prepare communication with meeting objectives and logistics
  • If appropriate, develop pre-work for group participants (e.g., reading, individual exercises)


  • Secure room, design layout, set up facilitation materials (AV equipment, flipcharts, etc.)


  • Facilitate meetings
  • Record outputs (electronically or detailed notes)

Reporting and Roadmapping

  • Prepare summary report (discussion topics, conclusions, next steps, etc.)
  • Present report
  • Engage in roadmapping exercises as appropriate