The INIFAC Task Force

INIFAC Facilitation Easel and Board

The INIFAC Task Force is a way for INIFAC to engage with the facilitator network, as well as the competence, perspectives and skills of you as a facilitator in a structured and collaborative way. The Task Force acts as a group to collaborate with and recommend actions to the INIFAC Board of Directors.

The purpose is to help INIFAC gain new insights and advice to solve problems or explore new opportunities by stimulating robust, high-quality conversations.The role of the group is not to make decisions, but rather to provide current knowledge, critical thinking and analysis. We believe your insight, feedback and recommendations will make INIFAC more effective, more inclusive, more diverse, increase our reach globally and will position INIFAC to achieve our Mission and Vision.

You will be selected to be a member of the Task Force for your knowledge, impact on supporting facilitation through INIFAC; and proven experience to problem solve, explore options/concepts, speak to a global audience, and strategic direction. So what’s in it for you? As a Task Force member you will be sitting on a prestigious panel to add to your resume, you will learn more about INIFAC and get discounts on certifications as well as occasional swag. This is also a path to becoming a Board member for INIFAC and a way to broaden your facilitation reach, perspective and impact.

What’s the commitment? You have to be willing to attend a quarterly 90 to 120 minute meeting, be a supporter and advocate for professional facilitation and for INIFAC and actively engaged in promoting INIFAC through social media and other channels. Your responsibilities are to:

  • Bring a global perspective
  • Be a working Task Force
    • Generate Ideas
    • Follow through/implement
  • Give feedback on how to better position INIFAC globally to achieve our Mission
  • How to engage facilitators in countries around the globe: language, marketing, branding, positioning
  • Share insight on how to market our various certifications within specific countries
  • Give feedback on our certifications
    • Do they make sense in that country
    • How can they be improved
    • What are we missing
  • Think globally