What Is Certified Professional Facilitation?

—IT’S WHERE GREAT IDEAS BECOME ACTIONABLE AND ACHIEVABLE
Meetings won’t get you anywhere if the only thing being accomplished is a “discussion.” Are you a global or national organization that could benefit from the guidance of a Certified Professional Facilitator for strategy development, stakeholder consultation, project planning, or debriefing?
  • Do your ideas have traction and are your goals achievable?
  • Is your planning well-measured, time-specific and actionable?
  • What risks and stumbling blocks lie ahead?
  • Do you have the right people in place to make things happen?
  • Have you planned a debrief to set the course for next year?

Meet Nora Sheffe, Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF)

Nora Sheffe is an independent process expert with over 20 years of experience designing and leading 30-40 facilitated events annually in Canada, the U.S. and around the world.

Certified Professional Facilitation—When Your Meeting Is Critical

Contact Nora Sheffe today to learn how she and her team can customize and deliver a facilitation experience that mobilizes, motivates and engages your leadership team or group.

Why Facilitate?​

Even the most accomplished leaders need opportunities to fully engage in high-level strategy sessions without also needing to facilitate the logistics, pace and progress of the group experience.

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Who Hires CPFs?

International or national non-profits, non-government organizations (NGOs), charitable foundations, universities, membership organizations, sport organizations, and more.

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Testimonials

“I absolutely trust Nora Sheffe 1,000 per cent. She is an outstanding facilitator who knows exactly how to let the theme or topic—rather than herself—be the star in the room. She has fine-tuned her craft …”

Webinars and Learning Opportunities

Sheffe Consulting is pleased to initiate new Webinars and Learning Opportunities as part of our services and outreach.
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