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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!



Rebecca Courtney
Jakub Michalski
Frederik Martens
Brendon Cappelletti
David Newman
New comment 1h ago
  • 3 likes • Feb 20

    Hina sadouzai here from Pakistan Azad Kashmir

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    @Scott Fry thank you

Hey there! 👋 Facilitator Club is THE community for Facilitators or those who want to learn the skill of facilitation, where you can… ✅ Talk about facilitation and workshops (like the Design Sprint!) ✅ Talk about facilitation careers and how to build one (and make $$$ as a Facilitator!) ✅ Share workshop/facilitation insights, experiences, and resources ✅ Ask the AJ&Smart team questions about facilitation & workshops! This document contains important information about getting the most out of this community, so please read through everything before you get started! 👇👇👇 💃 How to get the most out of the Facilitator Club community 🕺 Really happy to have you here, hope you love the community as much as we do! Lots of love, The AJ&Smart team 💛



Laura Faint
Rebecca Courtney
Mahana Delacour
Sara Sepulveda Tapia
Honey Kachhela
New comment 7h ago
  • 4 likes • Feb 20

    Exciting opportunity to learn and develop.

Sometimes when people hear the word 'icebreaker' they cringe or might feel super anxious about taking part in one. Yes, icebreakers can make you feel a bit awkward initially, but they are proven to help enhance relationships and encourage creativity. 'Icebreakers can help increase team bonds, boost performance and creativity'—Harvard Business School study Integrating icebreakers into your workshops or meetings is a great way to get everyone relaxed and ready to participate. But how do you choose the right ones so that you avoid those dreaded awkward silences? Here are my Top 2 Icebreakers that are easy to implement (in-person or online): 1. My First Job Ask everyone in the group to write down their name, their first job, and what they learned from that job. Then go round the group and have everybody read theirs out. 2. Pointless Questions Prepare a few fun questions ahead of the workshop, then go round the room and have everybody take turns answering the questions. It’s as simple as that—you don’t even need to write anything down! Here are some question suggestions to get you started: - If you could invite a celebrity over for dinner, who would it be and why? - What is your most prized possession and why? - You can have an unlimited supply of one thing for the rest of your life. What do you choose? Here are some more icebreakers for you to explore! What's another great icebreaker that I can add to my list?



Piotr Nowicki
James Nash
Kerri Price
Lorretta Holloway
Renko P.
New comment 1d ago

so what do you think about the role of Entrepreneurship in Project Management? share your opinion



Shannon Wagers
Gregory Harvey
Javier von Westphalen
Salah Bouchma
David Newman
New comment 8d ago

what workshops on virtual model we can work on together. Please type your core areas below?



David Newman
Akshay Chillal
New comment 13d ago

I'm curious what y'all use to bring silence back to a room (e.g. after a breakout discussion)? With the first program I was trained to facilitate (Search Inside Yourself) we used a singing bowl like the pic attached. Works like a charm, but definitely has a mindfulness vibe and isn't perfect for every setting. Are there are tools, techniques, etc. that you've found work well?



Jonathan Courtney
Rebecca Courtney
Kerri Price
Connor Swenson
Shannon Wagers
New comment 13d ago
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    loud announcement with claps and another when some people are in room we start back counting in loud voice 10 9 8 7 6,,,,, and before 1 usually come back to room. another which i use is buddy system making a buddy who calls all back room

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    @Kerri Price i too announce half time and last two min to wrap your discussion.

Happy Womens day to all woman who are filling colours of their existence in the world. My training today with professional woman.



Maria Halse Duloquin
Jakub Michalski
David Newman
Hina Nisar
New comment 17d ago
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    @Jakub Michalski thank you so much

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    @Maria Halse Duloquin Thank you for asking that was amazing. Got very good feedback.

For quiet some time I’ve asked myself now if freelance facilitation is only something for extroverts. Especially because of the additional marketing aspect that comes with it which requires additional human contact. Am I right or are there any freelance introverts in this community who are happy with it?



Kerri Price
Johannes Berner
David Newman
James Eccleston
Jarek Jaskólski
New comment 26d ago
  • 0 likes • Feb 23

    @Josh Miller while on stage you talk to hundreds and thousands and connect with them and you can feel the communication of crowd.

Hi Can anyone share his/ her learning on Guiding Advance Thinking at Organization?



Sam Pettersson
Hina Nisar
David Newman
New comment Feb 21
  • 1 like • Feb 21

    Yes this is not much common but easy for people working on innovation. It is like lateral thinking of Edward De Bono. You can also search stages of Critical Thinking and the Second from is Advance Thinking and then comes Mater Thinking. https://g.co/kgs/56eeH1

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    *second stage from top is advanced thinking.

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