Facilitation: Delivering It
Keeping everyone engaged for the 90 minutes, half day or full day at a facilitated workshop is tough, very tough. It’s all very well planning a session to within an inch of it’s life, but a measure of energy and spontaneity is essential. As is being able to both tease out the good stuff from everyone in the room and then home in on outcomes and who does what.
This very interactive session tells you everything about short, sharp ways to get it all moving as well as the techniques for drilling down and getting the right stuff up on the flipcharts.
- Practical ways to get them engaged
- Creative thinking and opening up possibilities
- Taking what you have and doing something with it
- Focussing on outcomes and who does what
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Facilitation: Planning ItFacilitation: Planning It
Being an effective facilitator is a highly prized skill and is like refereeing the Champions League Final while conducting at the Albert Hall. It’s not just about your technical knowledge, though you should have that in high amount. It’s about maintaining interest and keeping them away from their mobile devises from the overture and into extra time. You could say it’s what you do it’s the way that you do it. Here you find out how to plan a session and the key points where you need to ensure everyone is engaged.
Deconstructing ConstructionDeconstructing Construction
What you choose to say and how you choose to say it always matters: and it matters more when a cast of many are listening to every word and critically appraising every slide. Barack Obama’s seminal speech on race, A More Perfect Union, will be used as an exemplar.
Stand and DeliverStand and Deliver
By the end of this session delegates will know how to construct a simple presentation, and have delivered confidence building two-minute presentations using this technique. The fundamentals of body language and voice will also give them an insight into what ‘good’ looks and sounds like.