There’s training, and then there’s Creative Facilitation training!
There’s lots of things I can’t do well – way too many to list here – but I can cook a pretty good risotto and I can host facilitation training that’s memorable. I know this to be true because I love designing and delivering training that rocks. Yes, it’s just as well I’m not offering training in logic, because that logic doesn’t stack up. But I do think it’s half the battle – love what you do, enjoy it – and hopefully others will too.
A few weeks ago I sat through some pretty bad training – as a participant. It’s always good to spend some time on the other side. All was not lost though. I learnt a lot about what not to do, and I redesigned a version of Creative Facilitation training specifically for people who have to deliver a lot of content. It’s a challenge to deliver content and keep people interested and engaged.
If you’re interested in discovering lots of ideas about bringing training to life then there’s a two-day workshop in Melbourne on September 20 and 21.
On October 25 and 26 Lee Ryan and I are hosting our popular masterclass on designing for aliveness. We use what game designers know about designing board games that rock to apply to designing group activities, especially for difficult or complex topics.
Book either or both before the end of the financial year and you can have another 10% off the early bird price – just for reading this far! Use the promo code EOFYCF10