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Ideas for exercises.
We were asked by an onboarding team to look at the following and possibly create a workshop. What questions would you ask before setting up a workshop and what exercises might you use? - Address leader concerns with processes and gaps related to onboarding and communication with new hires - Plan for a day-in-the-life of a new hire Would be great to hear peoples feedback. Thank you, R
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New comment May 14
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@Dustin Larimer Thank you. This is great!
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@Steve Usher Hello Steve, thank you for your feedback. I will be proposing a workshop at the end of this week so I will let you all know how it goes. Regards, R
Do you have a Thought Partner?
Many facilitators are also solopreneurs, which means that when it comes to creating workshops they are working on their own. But, it would be nice to have someone to bounce ideas off or to co-create with. We may ask a friend for thoughts and comments (or post on here), but we don't go into depth due to time constraints. A friend of mine had this problem for a Creative Workshop she was going to run and reached out to me. After some discussion we came to the realization that what she was looking for was a Thought Partner. Take a look at the video we made about this, and then add your comments or thoughts below. And if you would like to explore hiring me as a Thought Partner, reach out 😀
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New comment May 13
Do you have a Thought Partner?
2 likes • May 6
@David Newman Thank you, its good to have a reminder of the importance of Thought Partners. Fortunately I have been able to stay in contact with several of my colleagues from grad school and a few of my professors. I talk with them often and this community has been invaluable.
Our favourite Icebreaker at AJ&Smart
Hey everyone! We just released a video showing how we used a wild icebreaker during an event at our office a few months back. It's fast, it's LOUD and it's very very fun. I hope you find this useful! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTTkfAw1M2Q Cheers, Jonathan
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New comment 22d ago
Our favourite Icebreaker at AJ&Smart
1 like • May 6
@Jonathan Courtney @Rebecca Courtney This is great! I am going to trying at my next in-person session in a couple of weeks. I let you know how it goes.
Newbie on the road to being a Workshopper
I've realized I'm a few weeks in and haven't properly introduced myself, so here's a little about me. I hail from the small college town of Stillwater, Oklahoma. My academic journey in industrial design at The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) set me on a diverse design trajectory—from products and services to experiences, and now to facilitating creativity and innovation. At SCAD, I also initiated the Design Management Program, where I earned my MFA and spent several years teaching as a professor of Industrial Design and Design Management. Currently, I work as an Innovation Strategist and Human-Centered Design Consultant with the Strategic Design Innovation & Ventures Partners Team at a Health Care Org. In this role, we support various service lines by cultivating an environment that encourages creativity and innovation throughout the system.
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📍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?📍
6 likes • Apr 9
Hello, I am from Greensboro, North Carolina
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R Campbell
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@r-campbell-6286
R Campbell is an expert in design thinking and innovation, embodying roles as a practitioner, student, and leader.

Active 16d ago
Joined Mar 19, 2024
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