Change is life.  It cannot be predicted with certainty, but with the proper tools, it can be managed.  Calling on the assistance of an expert facilitator is one of the tools organizational leaders can use to increase the likelihood of success.

A facilitator is an unbiased expert in guiding meetings of two or more individuals, groups, or teams to a conclusion with clear results.  In his role as Facilitator, Mr. Clark seeks to help the participants set an agenda for their meeting; ensure their interests are heard and understood; manage use of time and pacing; and offer his insight and advice, when appropriate, to assist the participants in their decision-making.

Mr. Clark’s expertise is useful in labor-management meetings, collective bargaining negotiations, board meetings for private businesses and nonprofits, and for achieving consensus and making deals within and among organizations. Clients have included:  the Federal Emergency Management Agency ("FEMA"), Transportation Security Administration ("TSA"), the American Federation of Government Employees ("AFGE"), and businesses local to Washington, D.C. 

Mr. Clark's facilitation services are available in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area and nationally.

David was enormously helpful in managing a difficult and emotionally charged board dispute for us. He kept things calm and focused from the development of the agenda, reaching agreement on participants for the meeting, and developing a shared understanding of process and expected outcomes. On-site for the full-day meeting, he led the group through a number of contentious issues and kept things moving so that votes were taken and recorded to help ensure quality follow up. The organization is on a much better course now, and the success of this meeting played a key role in making that happen.
— SG, nonprofit manager, membership association