As a workshop facilitator, you set the stage for success or failure of professional gatherings. It is in your hands whether the group achieves its goals and whether it translates challenges into solutions. It's a lot of responsibility to create safe space, integrate all participants and keep discussions on track and time. In her weekly show, Dr Myriam Hadnes interviews professional facilitators, trainers and coaches on their techniques that make workshops work. Her guests bring their unique perspectives from different backgrounds and cultures. Everyone shares hands-on advice, best practices and lessons learned. You will learn about moments of truth and failure, what can go wrong and how to deal with it when it happens. This show is for if you are a facilitator, trainer, team leader, manager. Tune in to learn tips & tricks on how to deliver workshops that are worth everyone’s time. If you deliver workshops that work and want to be featured on the show, let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
096 - The interconnections between leadership and facilitation
095 - Workshop Your Life with Gabrielle Santa-Donato
094 - How to build your confidence as a facilitator with Lauren Green
From exploring human graphs as a way of completing her homework in high school to flourishing as a multidisciplinary facilitator, dancer, and visual consultant, Lauren Green has had the kind of journey I love to learn about. Uniting seemingly disparate...
093 - Apply Design Thinking Principles to Unlock Potential with Jeroen Frumau
Jeroen Frumau has had a remarkable career – from working at the arrowhead of innovation in senior roles at Phillips Design to founding and co-founding multiple non-profits. The threads that stitch these experiences together are design thinking and design sprints. Jeroen joined me on the podcast to share the universal truths he’s found about the application of design thinking across private, public, and non-profit ventures – including this summer’s incredible 4better2morrow virtual Summer Camp project. Join us in this episode as we weave our way through history, perspectives, philosophy, and more to uncover the truths of how everyone can benefit from more design thinking in their lives and work.
092 - A simple guide to engaged online meetings with Myriam Hadnes
Do you want to create meetings that participants actively engage with?When online meetings fail, it’s almost always because the offline meetings were bad in the first place. If you want every participant to engage with the meeting, you must be...
091 - Behind the standard template - How to create mind-blowing visual experiences with Shayne Smart
Do you want to get better at creating mind-blowing visual experiences for participants?If so, you need to think about the story and method behind your canvas and its templates. A template is designed to guide participants through the various experiences...
Interesting to hear from fellow trainers
The first few episodes are very promising. It’s interesting to hear from fellow trainers and facilitators how they deal with challenging situations when working with groups. The host is authentic and she seems genuinely curious in what her guests have to say, which is not always the case when you listen to interview shows. We want more!