Facilitation

Disagreeing is effortless. Forging consensus is challenging, but profound.

Why Does Facilitation Matter?

One of the most effective ways to influence policy decisions at the highest levels is to demonstrate that a significant number of people with diverse perspectives can agree on the best path forward. That is the philosophy that underpins PSC’s facilitation work. We successfully engage people—from concerned residents to expert stakeholders—in identifying practical solutions to the most trying problems.

Facilitation Story

Uniting Concerned Stakeholders

How do you ease fears about the changing healthcare landscape? By giving invested parties a legitimate chance to have their voices heard.

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Evaluation

Using qualitative and quantitative methods to determine what is and is not working for organizations, programs, and initiatives.