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The world is waking up to the power of facilitation. Whether it's hosting a workshop, holding better meetings, or leading happy and productive teams - we want to make collaboration easy and effective. Dr. Myriam Hadnes is the founder of NeverDoneBefore, a global online facilitation community and festival, and this is her podcast. 'workshops work' is 50% sandbox and 50% classroom, a safe space for anyone interested in facilitation to learn more about the craft. Each week, a professional facilitator, trainer, or coach joins Myriam to discuss their interests and experiences in the world of facilitation. The conversations are open, and honest, and make facilitation understandable and accessible to all.Get practical tips and advice from a raft of experts and uncover the magic ingredients that make workshops work. You can download a free 1-page summary of each episode on https://workshops.work/podcast

workshops work Dr Myriam Hadnes

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The world is waking up to the power of facilitation. Whether it's hosting a workshop, holding better meetings, or leading happy and productive teams - we want to make collaboration easy and effective. Dr. Myriam Hadnes is the founder of NeverDoneBefore, a global online facilitation community and festival, and this is her podcast. 'workshops work' is 50% sandbox and 50% classroom, a safe space for anyone interested in facilitation to learn more about the craft. Each week, a professional facilitator, trainer, or coach joins Myriam to discuss their interests and experiences in the world of facilitation. The conversations are open, and honest, and make facilitation understandable and accessible to all.Get practical tips and advice from a raft of experts and uncover the magic ingredients that make workshops work. You can download a free 1-page summary of each episode on https://workshops.work/podcast

    Community-based Education Supporting Community-based Enterprise with Colonel Walter Holmes

    Community-based Education Supporting Community-based Enterprise with Colonel Walter Holmes

    Can I get your attention? Because this week, I have none other than Colonel Walt Holmes with me on the show, Air Force Commander, author, and master facilitator of community-based education.
    Walt has been helping individuals to progress through the ranks of military units – and of life – since the 1999s, designing the systems for success in both soldiers and students. His 5 levels of achievement offers a unique gamified approach to change: encouraging meaningful metric-based accountability, collaboration and autonomy in his squadron of students. His belief: if we can impact someone’s behaviour, we can change their attitude.
    Walt’s passion is undeniable - it radiates through the airwaves of our conversation and I’m positive you will feel it too! Tune in to learn all about community, attitude, behaviour and the cogs of organisational change.


    Find out about:
    Learnings from Walt’s military career as a cultural change facilitatorWhat it takes to change an entire organisation through the introduction of structure, autonomy and collaborationWhy the success to community-based education lies in a marriage of individual outcomes and metricsThe inner-workings of community models: why people taking ownership creates a system that is self-enforcingWhat Walt’s book ‘Lead From The Middle, Lead From Behind’ can teach us about leading groups in disarray

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    257 - Exploring the Ethical Lines between Facilitation and Consulting with Benjamin Taylor

    257 - Exploring the Ethical Lines between Facilitation and Consulting with Benjamin Taylor

    Dominant, supportive. Immediate value, gradual value. Explicit, implicit. Scarcity, abundance. Consultant, Facilitator.
    It might be tempting to view the roles of a consultant, and that of a facilitator, through these opposing dichotomies, but nothing is ever really that black and white. And as Benjamin Taylor and I speak about this week, there’s a great deal to be learnt from the intersection of the two!
    This episode takes a look at facilitation through the meta-lens; from afar, we inspect it as a movement and dig up some uncomfortable clichéd truths, and up-close, we unravel the intricacies of manipulation, shallow vs deep facilitation, and the most daring tool of all in our toolkit.
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    Where facilitation shows up in consulting and the interplay between the two disciplinesWhat Benjamin has learnt from decades spent as a consultant in the public sectorThe distinction between shallow and deep facilitation and why it is critical for an effective outcomeWhy the key to impactful facilitation lies in fostering an environment of connection, collaboration and empowering each participant’s strengthsWhy consultants must resist the urge to prove instant value; instead taking a more measured, facilitative approach to collaborationDon’t miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.
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    Put the episode's best takeaways into practice with Skillding. Visit skillding.com/workshop to begin your journey from learning to doing. Track your progress as you hone your new skills. Start now!
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    256 - Deliberate Dialogue to Unlock Wicked Problems with Amanda Harding

    256 - Deliberate Dialogue to Unlock Wicked Problems with Amanda Harding

    Dialogue is a form of sense-making in motion. Thoughts become words become ideas, and ideas then enter reality splintering into fresh, new routes of discussion – a map begins to form, ready to be navigated.
    Although, that map might not always have the right people reading it, it may even have dead-ends along the way, or the wrong starting point entirely. This is where Amanda Harding comes in! As a Curator of Conversation, she designs a third space for deliberate dialogue to be held between a blend of actors, so that entangled, wicked problems can be unravelled with purpose, made malleable, and actionable.
    As you’d guess, mine and Amanda’s own dialogue surfaced some big, juicy themes, considerations and musings for the facilitation process.
    Find out about:
    Why dialogue can fail when it lacks the right blend of participants – often, those with conflicting opinions have the best conversationsThe importance of making power dynamics explicit to achieve inclusive participationHow tension can be embraced and managed within a space by ensuring all participants can constructively engageHow to craft questions, or conversation-starters, for impactful dialogueWhy dialogue can achieve alignment on a higher common ground, in contrast to a shared consensus, which can lead to diluted, compromised ambitionsDon’t miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.
    And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.
    Put the episode's best takeaways into practice with Skillding. Visit skillding.com/workshop to begin your journey from learning to doing. Track your progress as you hone your new skills. Start now!
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    • 1 u. 23 min.
    The Transformative Art of Authentic Relating and Facilitation with Yaniv Rose

    The Transformative Art of Authentic Relating and Facilitation with Yaniv Rose

    Is there an art to creating human connection? My guest this week Yaniv Rose, would certainly say so. As an Authentic Relator, his craft lies in facilitating deeper, more meaningful connections - transforming the relationship we have with ourselves, and the one we have with others.
    It’s a tool for life: a grounding practice that asks us to consciously observe, fine-tune, and recalibrate our human interactions by showing up unequivocally as our truest selves. And when we rewire ourselves to honour authenticity? We can seek out new depths of intimacy, and ultimately, we learn how to be more human.
    Find out about:
    The five core practices within Authentic RelatingWhy Authentic Relating is a transformational foundation for how you approach connections with yourself and others, and how you can start practising it todayHow to connect participants to an organisation’s core values through roleplayWhy Authentic Relating as a facilitation tool can create a safe space for participants to feel seen and heardWhy workshops can fail if we stay within the realm of safety, and don’t try to make the implicit explicitDon’t miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.
    And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.
    Put the episode's best takeaways into practice with Skillding. Visit skillding.com/workshop to begin your journey from learning to doing. Track your progress as you hone your new skills. Start now!
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    Instagram
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    • 1 u. 7 min.
    Are Facilitators Manipulators?

    Are Facilitators Manipulators?

    Master-manipulator, con-artist… facilitator? When we think of manipulation, facilitation is probably the last thing that springs to mind. We are neutral, we are trusted shepherds, we encourage emergence! So where does the line between manipulation and facilitation start, and where does it end?
    This week, my brilliant colleagues Thomas Lahnthaler, Cate Czerwinski, Shamir Joseph and Florentine Versteeg sat down with me to examine this ethically grey, but endlessly fascinating area.
    We explore manipulation in its many, inconspicuous guises: mysterious agendas, influencing the process, the facilitation tools we deploy, practising self-awareness, power dynamics and navigating participant consent.
    Find out about:
    Where manipulation and facilitation meet, overlap, and the ethical danger zones to be cautious of when facilitatingWhy manipulation in a facilitation context becomes a causal sequence of: purpose, presence, power, process, participants and play.Why practicing self-awareness and presence is crucial to be able to navigate the needs of the group, the client, and yourselfThe power we possess as facilitators, and why obtaining consent at the beginning of a workshop is crucial to earning trustWhy the predefined roles that participants adopt can stifle the process and prevent new perspectives from being explored.

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    Links:
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    Thomas Lahnthaler
    Cate Czerwinski
    Shamir Joseph
    Florentine Versteeg

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    • 46 min.
    Transforming Teams with the Science of Motivation with Ahmet Tamtekin

    Transforming Teams with the Science of Motivation with Ahmet Tamtekin

    Motivation is a complex, elusive creature. We either have it, or we don’t, right?
    But what if I told you, there is a science to motivation, after all? And motivation mogul Ahmet Tamtekin has cracked its code! His passion project for coaching led him to discover his life’s purpose: motivation, how we experience it, how to read it as a language, and how to inspire it in others. He now uses the wonders of neuroscience to tap into our wildly differing motivators, to boost team performance and get the best out of people.
    In this episode, Ahmet brings his passion and charisma into every corner of our conversation, sharing curious new tricks, tools and avenues to explore in both our facilitation practice and everyday lives. I promise that episode 253 will be a real treat for your mind!
    Find out about:
    Where motivation fits within the practice of facilitationWhy a good facilitator can both read and feed the nuances of motivations in the room for the greatest impactPersonality tests can reveal how you naturally behave, while motivation uncovers why you behave that way, giving us the power to change our behavioursMotivation can be an expression, or a language, that we speak to our loved ones – and sometimes, we must look beyond to understand their languageDon’t miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.
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    Put the episode's best takeaways into practice with Skillding. Visit skillding.com/workshop to begin your journey from learning to doing. Track your progress as you hone your new skills. Start now!
    Links:
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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!

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