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26th Oct 2000
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Setting up a team of in house facilitators to focus primarily on best value work. To effectively select and monitor need to set a competency framework for the role. Looking for existing examples.
hayley Scott

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By User deleted
30th Oct 2000 05:37

You may want to try www.astd.org. Much of what they have is for members, but there is some access for visitors. Becoming a member is $150 USD, so I don't know if it would be worth the investment for you.

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By User deleted
31st Oct 2000 08:54

I have not seen anything that looks much like a competency framework for internal facilitators, although I would recommend strongly 'Consulting for Real People - a client-centred approach for change agents and leaders' by Cockman, Evans and Reynolds. It is an excellent primer on internal consultancy/facilitation and provides an excellent description of the territory. I have had some experience trying to select and develop people into internal facilitation/consultancy roles and it is not easy! We develop competency frameworks - and we are currently working with a local authority (including best value issues) so it might be worth a chat. Web site is at www.tdp-development.co.uk. Tel 01422 347560

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By AnonymousUser
31st Oct 2000 16:04

Try the TDLB units (C) or (D) which have been developed to measure such activities

MCI may have a recognised set of standards leading to a qualification

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