By Keith Jones
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Written with honesty and grace, and founded on forty years of experience in over forty countries across the globe, Provoke: The Art of Transformative Facilitation is an invitation to expand current thinking about what meaningful facilitation is. It presents the TRANSFORM8© model of facilitation to those who work within the adult learning space, to those involved in designing and commissioning learning, to fellow facilitators who deliver learning interventions but feel they could do more for their learners, and to academics and researchers interested in expanding the field of transformative learning.
"This is a highly original work that brings to life the dynamic quality of executive learning and facilitation. I have had the privilege of witnessing the Genesis of this work some 15 years ago. The case studies truly illustrate how creatively and dynamically this work has evolved into the powerful methodology that it is today. This is a must read for every learning and development professional."
Dr Clare Haynes, Consultant Psychologist and Head of Business Colleges, Payments Technology Firm
"Finally, a book that reveals how to weave magic into that gap between formal learning and the elusive space where real, personal transformation happens. If you want to accelerate your art in facilitative practice this is for you."
Soraya Robertson, Head of Improvement and Change.
"PROVOKE: The Art of Transformative Facilitation is a unique work: full of warmth and humility, this is a book which educates and enlightens in equal measure. Whether you are new to facilitation or a relatively experienced practitioner, PROVOKE is a rich resource and at the same time, a challenge and invitation to think deeply about erstwhile approaches to facilitation - offering fresh and honest guidance and reflections on how we can support the vital and often life-changing work of the facilitator."
Michael Jenkins, CEO, Human Capital Leadership Institute, Singapore.
"Simply, this book sets the scene, imparts the know-how and ferments conditions at personal, group and organisational levels for health imbued change... As an experienced facilitator and teacher of change I greatly appreciate the organisational focus of this text, for the need for transformative learning I believe is most acute in the workplace. I know the authors well, and have oft seen them in facilitative settings, so I can vouch for their experience and wisdom, while affirming they walk their talk."
Prof/Dr Paul Barber – Author, Psychotherapist, Facilitator and Founder of Gestalt In Action