Our services


We design and facilitate effective meetings where results are important.

  • Stakeholder discussions
  • Community consultation programs
  • Strategic planning
  • Training in effective meeting procedure (including at Masters level at UNSW)

What is facilitation?

Today's world requires groups with differing interests to work together to reach agreement to deliver projects and solve complex problems.

Effective Facilitation is about:

  • Effective group meetings
  • Building concensus
  • Reaching optimal agreements (lasting, durable, efficient and measurable)


It is a collaborative process in which a skilled consultant (facilitator) enables the group to make smart decisions.

Who engages a facilitator?

Anyone who is in a leadership role. This can include leadership committees, working groups, boards and even small businesses or professionals (deal makers, lawyers, accountants, succession planners).

What is the role of the facilitator?

The facilitator is a trained professional. The role requires an understanding of groups and process. The output varies depending on the cultural context and the needs of the project. In some contexts, subject matter expertise is important.

Examples of facilitation based on previous work

Community consultation


Services provided by Resolve Advisors
Design and facilitation of the community consultation for the operation of Opal.


Department of Defence

Services provided by Resolve Advisors
Strategic planning for remuneration of joint services