Facilitative leadership is a people orientated, quality and results driven course of action of developing and supporting a culture in the workplace that facilitates goal achievement through effective relational processes. Facilitative leadership is specifically significant to the successful group process, practical teamwork, workplace culture and change management in the workplace. Facilitative leadership is a vital component of effective and efficient workplace management and the Presentation Storyboarding training branch of the Hands On Graphics Company based in Mill Valley California provides related education, information and training on this essential communication skill.

Facilitation training is provided by Presentation Storyboarding to develop certain abilities of the  facilitative leader to improve the facilitative leader’s skills in many aspects that include the appreciation of how group interaction impacts relationships and productivity, ensuring that group discussions and related communication remain purposeful clear and productive, making sure that expectations are clearly defined in the form of goals roles and decisions and searching for the most suitable involvement in decision making. Additional abilities that this facilitation training also develops would be learning how to build co-operation with and the understanding of different opinions and conflicting views within a group, creating agreements and solutions to get the most out of the groups best ideas, finalising dedication and accountability for related decisions pertaining to specific projects and learning how and why to accept the importance of self evaluation and improvement.

Presentation Storyboarding also provides meeting facilitation training so that the business meeting facilitator can learn how to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of the related group to the advantage of the respective business. The quality of this meeting facilitation training will apply to the facilitation of any type of meeting whether it is a budget workshop, a strategic planning meeting or a training session. The correct application of all the meeting facilitation training principles taught by Presentation Storyboarding will improve the effectiveness, efficiency and profitability of any group or business.

Presentation Storyboarding also offers sales training courses for members of sales teams. These sales training courses will improve the ability of sales team members to exceed their sales targets and close more sales in less time, conquer the objections that they confront with confidence and simplicity, manage their diary more effectively to make more time available for selling, recognize the motivations and desires of their prospects, remove their frustration and anxiety when things do not work out as they should, and to generate and apply a consultative selling procedure and process that works. These sales training courses also improve the ability to learn how to build valuable relationships, receive referrals from customers without harassing them, qualify their prospects more successfully, create the right questions to ask and knowing when to use them, increase their self confidence, remove all unnecessary tasks and to design a system that results in more sales.  

Sales presentation training is also available from Presentation Storyboarding. Members of the sales presentation training will be taught the ten point plan on how to guarantee that their sales presentation and related story works.  The sales presentation training also includes tips and advice on how to use power point during a sales presentation and how to avoid the seven costly sins of a bad PowerPoint presentation. This sales presentation training details various aspects of how to tell a story faster and easier and the various steps that are need to ensure that a story and it’s delivery is on track. These steps train sales presenters on how to define the purpose of their presentation, understand their audience, decide on one key message, choose a story that fits their purpose audience and message, pick a three step structure and a four step structure for their story, refine to match their audience with language and visuals, refine their call to action, practice and rehearse and how to obtain an evaluation and score for their performance.