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: email@example.com
087 - Facilitation is about being in service with Jay Melone
Great facilitators aren't always subject matter experts. In fact, they may know very little about the workshop's topic. A successful facilitator acts in service of others and knows when to lead from the back, as well as from the front.Jay Melone...
086 - Foster Your Team’s Resilience Through Positivity with Lisette van de Sandt
To achieve great workshop collaboration, participants must find a way to work together. In times of change, positivity is often the magic ingredient that makes workshops work. However, being positive doesn’t mean you neglect relevant problems....
Bonus Episode: Behind the Scenes of the NeverDoneBefore Facilitation Festival
Since March 2020, almost 100 facilitators have collaborated to bring to life a bold vision: A 24 hours long, global facilitation festival. In this bonus episode, Michelle Howard, collaborator and facilitator at the NeverDoneBefore facilitation festival...
085 - Help Groups Work Better Together Online with Robert Skrobe
As the facilitator, it’s up to you to act as the group’s vehicle and guide them from one place to the next. You do this by providing the context that enables the group to work better together by building trust, communication, and collaboration.Of...
084 - Beyond Zoom: Behind the Scenes of Toasty, a new video conferencing tool with Kevon Cheung
Online meetings have risen in popularity since the COVID-19 outbreak, but they must cover more than ticking boxes from the agenda list. Creating stronger bonds and giving people that human connection they’ve lost from in-person meetings is so important....
083 - Use analogue prompts for better online meetings with Jacinta Cubis
Sticky notes, tennis balls, and other objects can be used to create engaging and productive online meetings and workshops. How do I know this to be true?Well, Jacinta Cubis, an incredible facilitator, mentor, author, and speaker, shared many fascinating...
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