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⚡️ Workshop Design Challenge No. 2 ⚡️
It's that time again! I want to put what we’re learning in the world of facilitation and workshopping into practice with this workshop design challenge! I will be posting anonymized client briefs (repurposed briefs from past clients of AJ&Smart) over the next few weeks and I would love for you to design a workshop to meet these briefs. I have attached our Agenda template that you can use to complete this task. In the comments section, you can write the same headings in this template to give you some guidance. This template follows AJ&Smart’s 4C’s Framework for structuring ANY workshop. So...what is the 4C’s Framework? We’re glad you asked! The 4C’s stand for Collect, Choose, Create, and Commit. The 4C’s Framework can be used to design any workshop regardless of topic, length, or outcome. If you want to get the full breakdown of how it works and how to use it in your workshops, you can download the Workshopper Playbook, where we explain everything in detail! So, let's take a look at the brief 👀 Client: GreenTech Innovators Contact Person: Emma Johnson Subject: Workshop Challenge - Sustainable Living for High School Students Background: GreenTech Innovators is a company focused on making the world greener. We develop products and services to help people live more sustainably. We want to teach high school students about the importance of sustainable living. Objective: Create a fun and engaging workshop for high school students (aged 14-18) about sustainable living. The workshop should help students understand how their actions impact the environment and teach them ways to live more sustainably. Workshop Requirements: - Duration: The workshop should last 1.5 to 2 hours. - Format: Mix presentations, activities, and group discussions - Content: Cover these topics: a. Why sustainable living matters b. How our choices affect the environment c. GreenTech Innovators’ products and services d. Tips for living sustainably
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⚡️ Workshop Design Challenge No. 2 ⚡️
0 likes • Jul '23
@Rebecca Courtney do you always need to work through all of the 4Cs - start to end? Or could some parts be just collect, for example. To cover all of the above topics - wouldn't you have to spend a lot of time researching those topics?
Sailboat alternatives
I've just done the awesome Facilitation Fundamentals course - where can I find alternatives to the Sailboat and a variety of exercises within the four activities of post-up, clustering, dot voting, prioritization. I am building a series of workshops and don't want to keep pulling out the sailboat!
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1 like • Jul '23
@Rebecca Courtney thank you! I've ordered gamestorming. I'll buy the shortcut after my next big facilitation gig!
Hack your brain! ... and reduce frustrations at work - 2 exercises that will help you in your sessions - FREE Webinar
Hey guys, I would like to invite you to a free workshop hosted by Drawify where I am a guest facilitator. Title: How to reduce frustration at work using neuroscience Aim of the webinar: Discover through 2 experiments how to reduce frustration at work and explore how human brain is working and how to use this in daily work What's in for you: 2 exercises you can apply to any session when you want your participants to get the idea of different perspectives and awareness upon this + the neuroscience explanation behind it When: 2nd August, 5 pm CET Format: 1 hour, via Zoom Registration link (FREE): How to reduce frustration at work (drawify.com) Looking forward to seeing you there! Andra
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Hack your brain! ... and reduce frustrations at work - 2 exercises that will help you in your sessions - FREE Webinar
1 like • Jul '23
sounds great!
What are your top tips for setting yourself up as a freelance workshopper?
One of the great things about what we do is you can do it as an employee or go out and become your own company. Whilst the later comes with amazing benefits there are a lot of areas that need to be considers… Like - What does it take to set myself up as a business or do I just contract in. - If I am setting myself up as a business am I a sole trader.. registering by business - Defining your purpose and setting clear goals yearly, quarterly - Defining your target customers, products, services and financials. Whilst this is a passion space for a lot of us, you still need to understand your revenue needs. - Branding and marketing - What do you need to set yourself up… physically, technology - Contracts for engagements - How to build a pipeline, managing you customer base Making sure you get work life balance! Would be interested in hearing and learning from each other on what made sense for you and what you would like to share with the rest of the community…
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1 like • Apr '23
@Kerri Price this sounds ideal! dom@thisishiglight.com Thanks so much in advance!
📍Where is everyone from?📍
Hello Facilitators👋 I'm really curious about where everyone is from. I'd love to make this a mega post where we can see how diverse the Facilitator Club community is. Who knows, you might find a lot more people in your area than you thought! Once I have lots of answers on this post, I want to make a nice graph!
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📍Where is everyone from?📍
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Bolton, England
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Dom Jones
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@dom-jones-3564
Hey. I'm a business coach, based in the UK. I founded a successful hospitality company where I saw the benefits of great facilitation!

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Joined Mar 29, 2023
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