Francine Proulx-Kenzle

Facilitation is the art of making your discussions flow more easily.


Be it for a team meeting, a strategic planning session, or a multi-sectorial gathering, I can facilitate your discussions with transparency and efficiency providing concrete and durable results. 

My facilitation approach is unique - thanks to the following tools: 

GRAPHIc FACILITATION

"A picture is worth a thousand words." 
(Confucius, philosopher)
Adding images to words in my facilitation work: combining joy and efficiency! I trained in this skill with renowned graphic facilitator, Christina Merkley, who hails from Victoria, BC. in December 2015.

what is facilitation?


​COMMON SENSE

"To act with common sense according to the moment, is the best wisdom I know." (Horace Walpole, English Historian and politician)

I do my best to look for the meaning of life while using common sense.  As a basic life tool, common sense helps me discern possible solutions, pertinent practices and concrete actions.  


Supported by my life experience, my aim is to contribute to the well-being of organizations and entreprises, of communities and of individuals.

306-533-3965

Pense, Saskatchewan, Canada

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​appreciative inquiry

"The way we see things is the source of the way we think and the way we act."
(Stephen Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People)

The result of intensive research, recognized world-wide, appreciative inquiry draws out the best of the person, the best of the group. It's a way to experience change and to cultivate collaboration within a team. 

The principles and methods of interest-based negotiation, also known as win-win negotiation, were defined by R. Fisher et W. Ury, Harvard Negotiation Project founders.


Yes, conflict can be positive! When managing conflict with a method such as interest-based negotiation, the parties involved will resolve the issue to their mutual satisfaction. This will happen without having to use pressure tactics and/or  intimidation. 

Interest-based negotiation

Facilitation for  the

Table des élus du réseau associatif fransaskois

January 2015 

​eMOTIONal intelligence

"True compassion means not only feeling another's pain but also being moved to help relieve it."  

(Daniel Goleman, American author/psychologist)

Our listening capacity, our compassion and our respect towards others are the key to foster collaboration and productivity on projects. 

francine@pensetransformation.ca