Definition of Facilitation. Meaning of Facilitation. Synonyms of Facilitation

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Definition of Facilitation

Facilitation
Facilitation Fa*cil`i*ta"tion, n. The act of facilitating or making easy.

Meaning of Facilitation from wikipedia

- Look up facilitation or facilitator in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Facilitation may refer to: Facilitation (business), the designing and running...
- A facilitating payment, facilitation payment, or grease payment is a payment to government employees to speed up an administrative process whose outcome...
- for Facilitation (INIFAC) was founded in 2003 to maintain and promote a program of certification for facilitation, the Certified Master Facilitator program...
- Neural facilitation, also known as paired-pulse facilitation (PPF), is a phenomenon in neuroscience in which postsynaptic potentials (PSPs) (EPPs, EPSPs...
- article "A Graphic Facilitation Retrospective", written by David Sibbet in 2001, told the story of early pioneers of graphic facilitation who were inspired...
- on social facilitation have been mixed. In an attempt to discover why these types of situations do not always trigger social facilitation, Robert Zajonc...
- that underpin a wide range of facilitation dynamics. Setting ground rules Often disregarded by those untrained in facilitation, setting ground rules is a...
- An icebreaker is a facilitation exercise intended to help members of a group begin the process of forming themselves into a team. Icebreakers are commonly...
- propose upgrades and innovations for their workplace, aided by a facilitation board. Facilitation boards would then calculate excess proposed supply and demand...
- Understanding and use of the term “trade facilitationvaries in the literature and amongst practitioners. "Trade facilitation" is largely used by institutions...