Christine Zust

Group Facilitation

A skilled facilitator, Christine creates a relaxed, safe environment
for groups to engage in open dialogue.

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“Christine has provided wonderful facilitation to my organization’s strategic planning with detailed notes and professional insights. She has delivered the required outcomes of our planning sessions each and every time for more than five years of professional work. I trust her with the facilitation of my Board of Trustees planning and my entire organization’s leadership retreats. She professionally handles very delicate matters with maturity and experience.”

Nelson Burns, CEO
Coleman Professional Services


Christine’s 25+ years of communication experience means that she understands group dynamics. She coaxes, cajoles, and gently brings out the best in executives and staff.

Her private and public sector clients range from businesses and nonprofit organizations to academic institutions, government entities and healthcare institutions. Facilitated sessions can be a half-day primer or a multiple day retreat that focuses on strategic and business planning.

Effective facilitation requires equal parts applied theory and art. Christine applies proven models and methods to engage groups and make measurable progress. Christine’s artistry is in knowing when to be flexible, apply her royal intuition and adjust the course of a meeting or planning session to ensure maximum outcomes.

Christine helps groups achieve their goals through open discussion and by building consensus.
As a neutral, third-party observer, she provides an objective perspective and insight greatly valued by her clients..

Christine received the Appreciative Inquiry Certificate in Positive Business and Society Change from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. She is an active member of the International Association of Facilitators.

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Christine works with a wide range of corporate, government and non-profit firms.