The first step in hiring Harold Tarbell Facilitation is to discuss the project and scope. Contact Harold to receive a free no-obligation quote or a proposal.

Depending on your project needs, these elements can influence pricing:

  • Preparation: What's the best approach for this group or event? The initial stage of involvement often includes working with the client or a planning group to identify the background material and context, develop project design, and determine the best facilitation strategy.
  • Onsite: At the event itself, Harold Tarbell Facilitation provides a skilled blend of facilitation, moderation, strategic planning, and other services, based on extensive policy experience and knowledge of how to make available techniques and models best suited to the needs of the client, organization, and constituents served.
  • Post-Event: What kind of reporting or follow-up is needed? The final stage of involvement often addresses reporting and accountability. Reporting can range from debriefing meetings or a summary of outcomes to detailed reports, analysis, and strategic recommendations for the future.

When deciding what your group or organization needs, consider the range of services that Harold Tarbell Facilitation offers.

Call or email Harold to discuss your project or event needs and to receive a no-obligation quote.

Featured Project

Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada

To assist AFOA in fulfilling its mission of developing Aboriginal capacity in finance and management, Harold designed a course on comprehensive community development. The course is currently offered through AFOA as part of its community workshop series and as a 2-day workshop several times a year. The course curriculum showcases Harold's expertise in community development issues for First Nations and Aboriginal communities, especially from a comprehensive, community-wide perspective that engages a broad audience.

Along with curriculum development, Harold has also worked with AFOA on its strategic planning, building relationships between national and regional chapters, and participating on the planning committee for their annual conference.