How can we ensure that at the end of a workshop people fully appreciate the value of what they have experienced?
This matters a lot if we want participants to appreciate the progress that they are making, and it strengthens the prospects for sustainable change too…
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You don’t create psychological safety simply by stating, ‘This is a safe space’. An announcement may indicate your intent, but it’s of minimal value unless supported by solid behaviour. Here are two actions that will go a long way towards substantiating your claim..
Each time we have a discussion among facilitators about what’s on the way out in the world of conferences, trainings and meetings, someone confidently predicts the end of tedious lectures accompanied by a Powerpoint presentation..
There’s real time. And then there’s ‘facilitator time’. Real time ticks by steadily on the clock. Facilitator time is conjured up between you and your participants, and it’s as flexible as fresh clay..