Facilitation Fundamentals is a three-part interactive course where you will learn what we believe are the fundamentals of facilitation in any given context – be it creative workshops, working meetings or training sessions. Although this course is taught online, the material is relevant to all facilitation contexts – in the physical and digital worlds.
Anyone facilitating workshops, meetings, training courses, events, or project sessions – for example in design thinking or service design projects – whether online or offline.
This course looks at how STRUCTURE can be used to develop sessions which are more engaging and effective for any audience.
This course looks at how we can use voice, movement and timing to adjust our relative status and develop PRESENCE.
(Between sessions 2 and 3 you will be given a group task which you will complete in small, self-organised learning pods.)
This course looks at how facilitators’ choices in action can support co-creative FLOW, even when the unexpected occurs.
“I was surprised by how much fun the format was. I have done exciting workshops in person, but not a real online meeting that was as fun. This was new to me.”
— A. R., trainer & coach
/ work in small groups
/ experience co-creation and facilitation with peers
/ connect with others in an online setting
/ enjoy a mix of action and reflection
/ share with other professionals and world-class experts
/ explore facilitation in a fun relaxed environment
/ experience engaging methods of digital facilitation
“Will definitely change the way I plan workshops.”
— K. M., project leader
In this course, we will use the online tools Zoom and Miro extensively. To make sure you feel comfortable with these tools, we invite you to a free 20 minute online play-date in our dedicated online sandbox. Come play with us 20 minutes before the start of the course
LANGUAGE AND PARTICIPANTS
English, usually with Dutch, French and German assistance available.
Maximum number of participants: 24
Minimum number of participants: 10
/ Fundamental principles of facilitating collaboration
/ How to facilitate more effective collaboration which engages people with differing working preferences
/ How to deal with the unexpected
/ How to use physicality, space, status, and flow to manage more challenging participants
/ All content is applicable to online and offline facilitation
Live sessions scheduled 19-20 January 2022 for
Berlin, Germany - 18:00 - 20:00 CET
Dublin, Ireland - 17:00 - 19:00 GMT
New York, USA - 12:00 - 14:00 EST
Chicago, USA - 11:00 - 13:00 CST
Los Angeles, USA - 09:00 - 11:00 PST
/ STRUCTURE: Wednesday 19th January 2022
/ PRESENCE: Thursday 20th January 2022
/ FLOW: Friday 21st January 2022