Learn why the Code of Ethics and the Code of Conduct are essential for the facilitators’ legal and ethical responsibilities


When you take on the position of facilitator, you have a lot on your plate. Planning, procedures, group dynamics, conflicts, power battles, time restrictions, personalities, and follow-up are just a few examples.

There is a lot to handle, especially when you consider other further responsibilities such as meeting preparation, planning, opening and closing the meeting or event, facilitating it, and others that will come with the responsibility.

After all, you’ve been hired to fill an impartial role in helping that group become more effective in their problem solving and decision-making skills. You ar