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Define conversation spaces and shift the focus from content to purpose, people and process

How do you design a workshop that is flowing naturally and invites for collaboration, conversation and learning? After an experience with a network gathering that I am supporting and facilitating, I would say start with defining conversation spaces. In my... Continue Reading →

The little word ‘structures’ in Liberating Structures

                          After my reflection on the little word ‘liberating’ it is time for the other little word ‘structures’. Workshops, meetings, learning events are structured in one way or... Continue Reading →

The power of the little liberating structure 1-2-4-all

I love the basic mini structure of 1-2-4-all because it is liberating. It is true, 1-2-4-all is not the ‘big thing’. But it is easy, and the effect can be big. Every voice counts First, 1-2-4-all is the message that... Continue Reading →

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 →

It needs a network mindset to work the networked way – observations from a network in action

  Curtis Ogden blogged about Thinking like a network 2.0, providing a summary of his understanding “of what is new and different when we call something a network, as opposed to a coalition, collaborative or alliance”. That was in October 2017. I loved... Continue Reading →

The pyramid and the iceberg – two guiding metaphors for preparing a learning event

Recently, Doug Neil made a visual inquiry into his sketchnotes. He discovered an iceberg under the surface of each of his completed sketchnote. There is a lot going on before his sketchnotes go viral that is not visible: a lot... Continue Reading →

Options for reviewing workshop with participants

Picture: Workshop review with sticky dots How do you review a workshop with participants that goes beyond the ‘sticky dots’? Well, the sticky dots can be meaningful, it all depends (as always) on the context and the purpose. The question... Continue Reading →

Inspiration from human-centred design for workshop design

Lately, I am digging my nose into human-centred design. I found confirmation for many aspects important in preparing a workshop. My dive into human-centred design was refreshing. When I see myself as designer, the workshop becomes a beautiful design product,... Continue Reading →

11 questions to verify your workshop planning process

“Do you have a checklist for preparing and designing workshops?” is a question I am often asked. I have no checklists. I use visual planning maps and above all I have many questions. I promised myself to never stop asking... Continue Reading →

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