While traditional projects expect most communication to take the forms of email and manager-led meetings, agile projects expect teams to self-organize, collaborate and participate in decision-making. But what is self-organization? How does it work? This workshop will give participants the chance to practice a variety of facilitation techniques in a safe and fun setting. We’ll focus on what it means to self-organize, how it occurs and how to help it along through inquiry and facilitation, and the hurdles that must be cleared in the process. Understand that professional facilitation is a dynamic activity designed to assist teams in decision-making without stepping in to decide for them. See how the proper use of facilitation in agile meetings can be a key driver in the development of high-performing self-organizing teams.