Insight, process and results
Facili2transform aims to support its clients to have;
Insight and deeper understanding in complex processes, by listening to and capturing unheard people's stories, through goal-free listening, storytelling, participatory video and visual impact assessment and evaluation;
Improved results by having deeper insights and understanding of complex issues, improved relationships with stakeholders, raised awareness, better team spirit and performance and impact.
Facili2transform is led and managed by Simon Koolwijk. Simon is (online) facilitator, evaluator using visual methods, trainer, filmcoach and filmmaker of fiction and non-fiction movies. Simon has more than 25 years international work experience and has worked in more than 25 countries around the world.
Facili2transform aims to enable professionals (monitoring & evaluation experts and officers) and organizations who take a leading role in promoting diversity, equality, fair distribution of resources, nature, biodiversity to obtain tools, that will help them to do gain deeper insight in complex processes, better results and social impact.
My clients are aiming to promote diversity, equality, ecology and environment and are willing to take a leading role in contributing towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Are you interested in attending a public workshop or training, read the latest update of our agenda
Remote participatory video documenting stories on refugees in Greece
From January - June, 2021 a team of refugees and members from ASB Greece are going through a remote participatory video intervention. The main aim of the intervention is to listen to the voices of refugees in two refugee settlements in the North of Greece and to better understand their life situation on what is currently important in their lifes. The process is guided remotely by Ralf Otto and Simon Koolwijk.
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Following the dates of the forth coming trainings and initiatives
I know Simon Koolwijk as a learning, facilitation and evaluation expert in Train the Trainer programs and Curriculum Development. He assisted in setting up a Trainers Team for a multiyear program in 6 countries in the Western Balkans. Staff from the NGO in the Netherlands as well as local staff from the NGOs from the 6 countries were trained. I also know Simon Koolwijk as a facilitator in Strategy Processes, in which his in my opinion important main skill is to be ‘invisible’, and yet has the ability to harvest a lot of results and make people at ease and comfortable in the interaction.