• What is Facilitated Outcome™?

    Achieving successful outcomes requires a proven, consistent process.

    Vision & Desired Outcome

    Creating & documenting your vision of success

    It's difficult to know where you're going unless you have a clear vision of what your destination looks like in action. During this phase, we work with clients to discover and create a vision of desired outcomes. Specific objectives and an enhanced view of the outcomes in action--i.e. activities, personnel, engagement, daily operating guidelines, etc.--create a 360° perspective.

    Strategy & Action

    Deconstruct to Reconstruct

    Building upon the Vision & Desired Outcome, we unpack the objectives and process required when Deconstructing to Reconstruct. These steps are enabled by SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats), evaluation of process and procedures, and integration of applicable content.

    Assessment & Evaluation

    Assessing your process. Making Course Corrections. Evaluating your progress.

    The key to lasting change is to assess your process, make adjustments as necessary, and evaluate your progress. Training and task management alone do not create an environment for successful outcomes.

  • How does Facilitated Outcome™work for you?

    What can you expect?

    Focused Outcomes

    The KARS Facilitated Outcome™ Approach provides a proven step-by-step process that enables companies and organizations to identify specific tangible outcomes, develop a plan of action and work through to completion. The focus isn't just on creating a plan, but on creating the RIGHT plan and then working that plan to achieve the results. What's more, our process is one that can be replicated and sustained so that your organization--and its people--will be better in the long term.

    True Development, Not "Training"

    Having the right strategy and identifying the desired outcomes does you no good if you aren't able to develop your people in the process. So often "training" is reduced to one dimensional workshops or courses that do little to truly engage and enrich employees. The KARS Facilitated Outcome™ Approach focuses on the cultivation of a true learning and development model where employees and staff are able to capitalize on their strengths while addressing and improving upon their weaknesses. In this way, results are achieved and sustained over time because the focus is on teaching your people how fix the problem instead of focusing on "fixing" your people.

    Who uses Facilated Outcome™?

    The KARS Facilitated Outcome™ Approach is designed specifically for organizations who are committed to enhancing their success at achieving identified outcomes. The Approach works well across industries with a focus on equipping their people to be critical thinkers, strategic planners, focused action-takers and accountable colleagues. Organizations where personnel operate in an ever-changing, fast-paced environment can especially benefit from this approach since the system requires a shift in thinking and processing from a linear, top-down model to one that is more dynamic, fluid and responsive to change. The KARS Facilitated Outcome™ Approach moves participants from a state of waiting and reacting to a position of anticipating, planning and responding.

    How does Facilated Outcome™ impact Diversity & Inclusion?

    In today's work environment, diversity and inclusion issues not only include race, gender and cultural considerations--but move beyond those to integrate emotional intelligence, learning styles, team building and colleagial coaching and mentoring. True Diversity & Inclusion efforts are designed to highlight and effectively integrate the strenths that come from varied backgrounds and perspectives. Within The KARS Facilitated Outcome™ Approach, team members are able to develop an understanding and appreciation for the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of each member of the team individually and how that affects the team's and organization's goals as a whole. By taking this approach, there is a shift away from what separates individuals to a collective understanding and appreciation of what brings people together to work towards a common goal.