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The Workshop’s movement – jump or dive?

I am revisiting a blog post I wrote in 2016: Facilitation tip 2: Design the workshop as a story with a beginning, a middle and an end. The drawing that I made then needs a major tweak. Jump or dive? The... Continue Reading →

The secret of successful workshops: A collaborative planning process and the inclusion of many perspectives

Lately, I overheard the following story in the train. A team was supposed to meet for a two-days retreat. Two days before the retreat no agenda was mailed out; only the venue and time frame were communicated. The retreat was... Continue Reading →

Hungry for creative challenges or what it takes for people to engage

I often observe people in meetings, seminars, or workshops. It is my job to do so. For steering the process, I am regularly taking the temperature; I need to know how involved participants are. Engagement is visible and can be felt. On... Continue Reading →

The workshop agenda shaper – a template for a visual clarification and design process

Are you about to plan your next workshop, learning event, or conference? Then you know that there is a lot to clarify before we, the facilitators, can start designing the workshop agenda. I am always starting with the 3 Ps:... Continue Reading →

More than sharing – cocreating

We had a two hours workshop full of conversation, reflection and sharing about network thinking. The conversation was meaningful. The atmosphere was vibrant and playful. People were engaged and inspired.  Having a good conversation is learning Having good conversations is... Continue Reading →

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