You’re facing change, the likes of which you’ve never seen before. Do you really want to run your meeting using your same old, same old approach?

You need a meeting facilitator who brings fresh thinking and innovative approaches to tackle your most pressing and challenging situations. You need to effectively engage stakeholders, your team, or your employees. You need results.

What We Offer

We offer end-to-end meeting facilitation services from planning to design, delivery and results reporting. We specialize in digital facilitation, using Stormz technology for improved collaboration, higher engagement, more efficient and memorable meetings, and faster results. Learn about Stormz here.

Our Approach

Our approach is innovative and pragmatic. We bring decisive navigation, forthright dialogue, tireless creativity and a structured process to help you find the most effective, efficient and productive means to engage the right people, in the time you have, to get the results you need.

A strategic planning facilitator will help you and your team:


Design a cohesive agenda with the required room to think

Create alignment to your corporate strategy, objectives and priorities and ensure continuity
Go beyond symptoms to address the real problems, challenges and opportunities
Generate an abundance of creative options
Develop practical solutions and achieve high-performance outcomes
Build realistic action plans with clarity around roles, responsibilities and timing

If you’ve got a project, innovation, work, or an executive team that is doing mission critical work and needs new thinking, you need a strategic planning facilitator.

Some examples of where a strategic planning facilitator can help you:

  • All-staff Meeting
  • Board Meeting
  • Brainstorming Session
  • Community Engagement
  • Design Sprints
  • Executive Retreat
  • Innovation Projects
  • Skunkworks Projects
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Team Launch
  • Tech Projects
  • Town Halls

How we’ve helped clients with their meeting facilitation challenges:

Case Study: How to engage stakeholders in regional strategic planning

How to facilitate a community meeting

Resources that you can use in your meetings

Sample Meeting Agenda >> DOWNLOAD

Meeting Logistics Worksheet >> DOWNLOAD

“I know we’ve said this so many times to you already, but honestly, it can never be enough – your contribution has been so wonderful and we are so excited to have you involved with us as we plan this event, thank you again for all your work and energy.”

– Conference Board of Canada

What’s your meeting challenge?

Here are examples of challenges our strategic planning facilitators have helped clients solve.

  • How might we build a clear vision for the future?
  • What’s the real problem we need to tackle?
  • How might we collaborate more effectively across functions?
  • How to change the face of HR and deliver value to our clients?
  • How to get ahead of being disrupted?  
  • How to get good ideas?
  • How to identify good ideas?
  • How to engage stakeholders in our change?
  • How to improve stakeholder engagement and get buy-in for our project?
  • How to involve customers in our innovation activities?
  • How to gain acceptance of our new work plan?
  • How to streamline our operations?
  • How might we define and prioritize features and functionality to design and release?
  • What might be all the elements needed in a regulatory framework for a disruptive technology?
  • How to develop an engagement framework?
  • What’s the future of our industry?
  • How might we strategically position our area as an aerospace and aviation hub?
  • How to work better together?
  • In what ways might we improve our prototype tech for good declaration?
  • How might we feel more comfortable taking the necessary risks to innovate?
  • In what ways might we need to change our services and delivery model to meet emerging client demand?

“Congratulations for the nice and well-managed workshop. Also, a special thanks to both facilitators, who made us work hard while having fun!”

Take Your Team from Lagging to Thriving

Imagine how great it would feel if you realized one day that your team was solving problems and getting so much more done without you having to be directly involved.