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The Power of Virtual Facilitation.
We help people maintain a human connection in a virtual world.
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At Intersol Group, we utilize a powerful blend of expert facilitation processes, unique virtual tools, and a fully customized platform to help you bring your meetings to life. We offer Facilitation and Training Services.
A facilitator is someone who helps to bring about a positive outcome by providing indirect or neutral assistance, guidance, and supervision. A quality facilitator can make the difference between a meaningful discussion that leads to a productive and positive outcome or a disengaged audience that is physically present but not empowered by or aligned with the outcome.
Be it online or in-person, at Intersol, our certified professional facilitators are able to provide you with tools and processes designed to help you achieve your strategic objectives more effectively. That means we help people meet better, not longer.
At Intersol Group, we believe the way we connect and engage professionally is directly linked to our very own personal transformations.
As a result, a commitment to support professional and personal growth is necessary to evolve and thrive in the constant-changing world of work. That is why our training programs have been specifically designed to help you unlock the leadership potential that lies within, allowing you to leverage your skills and strengths and achieve real success.
With over 30 years’ experience, we have an extensive and proven history of helping empower our clients. Whether it’s through our innovative online group sessions, our popular in-person sessions or facilitation services, we will help you discover the strengths and power that lies within you and your team.
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