The Fearless Facilitator Method®

By creating the conditions for embracing alternative opinion and challenging conventional thinking, The Fearless Facilitator Method® is a safe, dynamic and human approach that harnesses our collective intelligence to overcome operational challenges, policy conundrums and inter-personal dialogue between individuals and teams.

The Fearless Facilitator Method® incorporates the following dimensions:  


Context – identify and understand your unique operating context.


Curious Inquiry – examining data and assets through a positive, strength-based approach to create desirable, achievable change.


Self – identifying and reinforcing what allows people to be their ‘best self’ in the workplace.


Human – recognising and highlighting the best in people through connection, commonality, humility and humour. 


Creating a Safe Space to:

  • share perspectives, experiences and views without judgement, including around risks, healthy risk-taking and positive failure.
  • embrace dissent and differences in a shared way through high quality dialogue that achieves positive collective outcomes, rather than debate which, by default, tends to pitch winners against losers.


Action-orientated – applying real world experiments for new behaviours. No tick boxes. No talking shop.


Welcoming greater Accountability for owning/ changing outcomes for the better.


Sustainability – showing you how to reinforce and embed new habits that lead to lasting, positive culture and behaviour changes.

Key Benefits:

Becoming more fearless- increased confidence around difficult, even scary, issues, creates greater comfort with resistance and complexity and reduces fear.
Safe and meaningful dialogue builds trust and reduces adversarial relationships and situations
Harnessing collective intelligence creates diverse and innovative thinking and solutions to problems and/or managing a crisis, via a team’s own efforts and creativity.
Greater personal and team equilibrium can be found under pressure, when we learn how to recognise and control instinctive fight, fright or flight responses to workplaces stressors. 
Enhanced and meaningful dialogue tends to forge deeper relationships based on greater trust.