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Is Facilitation Right for me? where to start
Hi Everyone. I am not sure how I got here but it seems I have stumbled upon the right Mario pipe! I have been a long follower and enthusiast around design thinking and workshop facilitation. I actually have facilitated a few workshops accidentally without realising it. I was part of a community that was handed a step by step guide on conducting a workshop and I just ran with it. It was successful and even sometimes really fun. After a few times I found myself able to add flavour to some of the techniques like when an amateur cook gets comfortable ammending a cooking recipe. Unfortunately I stopped working with that organisation and then there was no need to facilitate anything. However when I think of career change there is a lingering feeling that I would be good at that. I got lost trying to do IDEO design courses but in the end I know I am not a Pen and paper designer of products or codes or marketing strategies. I care about the process more than the outcome. I recently found AJ Smart, or perhaps I was targeted to find them and seeing some of the videos and am now lead to this community. It does feel like my people but I am still at the edge of the pool testing the waters. So is this it? Am I meant to be a career facilitator ? How do I start? Do I try these expensive courses or are they just instagram targeting traps. I would love any thoughts or feedback from anyone who started and is further along the journey than I am. Thank You !
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New comment 12d ago
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I agree with @David Newman that there are a lot of facilitators or coaches and the number will increase together with the demand. In my opinion, to be successful and make a good income you need to master the skills with self-commitment, plus finding your niche, learning marketing etc. Otherwise, you'll just become one of hundreds of mediocre professionals. Answering these questions might help: Does facilitation match with my values and motivations? Is it the life style which I want? Looking back years later, I can confidently say that I feel very fulfilled knowing I contributed to people collaborating effectively. In every endeavor where I couldn't provide strong answers to these questions, I found myself giving up at the first tough challenge I faced.
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@Rohan Mehta I have completed fundamentals of facilitation training.
📍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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Hi🤗 Munich, Germany
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Hi @Polina Yakymenko , welcome. I see that your are also an expressive art facilitator. I haven't heard before about it and curiously googled it. It seems very interesting🤔
Searching for Facilitation Learning Opportunities in Munich, Germany
Hello everyone🤗 I recently completed AJ&Smart's Facilitation Fundamentals training🥳 Now, it's time for practice. Therefore, I'm looking for opportunities in Munich, Germany, where I can learn by experiencing. I would be very happy if there are facilitators whom I can learn from in-person🙏 We moved Munich two years ago due to my wife's new job. After one and a half years of full-time parenting👨‍🍼, I'm trying to change my career as a former human resources professional. Currently, I'm taking Fundamentals of Design Thinking course from IDEOU and I am working part-time as a professional coach and as a barista in a cafe. Your help, suggestions, and advice would be very appreciated. Looking forward to connecting. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/necatidemirtas/)
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New comment 13d ago
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@Asena Ayse Thank you for your encouraging words. The career transition that I'm trying is one of the most difficult thing I do in my life. Lots of to learn which is fine for me but finding practical experience in a foreign country is really a big challenge. I hope I will succeed. Thanks for your nice wishes🙏
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Hi @Svenja Floberg Thiel Thank you very much for your reply🙂 I would really like to assist you in a live workshop. And of course, it would be great if we meet up for a coffee when you are in Munich.
Facilitation style assessment
Hi there! Do you have some facilitation style assessment to recommend? :) Or any cool article or book to understand possible styles. Thanks!
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New comment 17h ago
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Hi @Katarina Sonjic Could you please give more details. What kind of assessment do you mean?
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Thank you @Bogdan Grigore . These are great resources.
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Necati Demirtas
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@necati-demirtas-9342
I am a professional life coach and an HR professional with ten years of experience. I recently started my facilitation journey.

Active 2d ago
Joined Jan 9, 2024
Munich, Germany
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