We facilitate productive, small, medium and large group workshops and public forums. Our workshops have been delivered in face-to-face and online environments. We use a range of traditional and contemporary tools to make sure that our workshops are engaging and capture insights from all attendees.
Experienced conversation starters
Leisa Prowse Consulting offers a team that understands people and their needs and issues. Over the years we have worked with a range of stakeholders, from landowners to legislators. We have worked with communities in urban, regional and remote areas across Queensland and Australia, and stakeholders representing a range of cultural groups.
Get to the heart of issues
We are committed to two-way conversations, based on plain English explanations. We foster an environment where open and robust conversation is encouraged. We help our clients to have conversations that make a difference.
Exploring complex challenges
Leisa Prowse, our Director, is skilled at facilitating discussions with groups ranging in size from five people to 5,000. We design and conduct productive meetings, including groups that are hostile or outraged.
We have a proven track record in:
- designing and delivering small, medium and large group workshops and public forums in face-to-face and online environments
- using traditional and contemporary facilitation techniques to encourage strategic thinking and collaborative problem solving
- capturing feedback from all workshop and forum participants.
We help organisation listen to their stakeholders, allowing them to identify issues and potential solutions, by creating environments for robust discussion.
No matter the size of your workshop, we will use a range of collaborative tools to replicate face-to-face workshops in an online environment. This approach allows participants to feel heard and contribute to finding meaningful outcomes.
No matter the desired format or subject matter, we can facilitate your workshop. We have experience delivering community reference groups, stakeholder working groups and technical focus groups with groups ranging in size from five people to 5,000.