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!
Hey Facilitators!👋 I don't know if you remember, but awhile ago I asked you all about your favourite resources for facilitators and I got sooooo many amazing answers back! Thank you for your contributions 💛 Since then, we put together a video of our 7 favourites! These resources are packed with facilitation techniques, tips, tricks, workshop exercises, ice-breakers, and warm-up activities. In this video, I not only cover books but I also discuss tools that will help you run better and smoother remote workshops.Some of these resources are free, and some are paid. By the way, we DON’T get paid to promote any of these products. They’re just great, and we really like them. So if you’re looking to level up your facilitation game, then check out this video immediately 👉 https://youtu.be/bvGOFUeX9NY I go DEEP into these resources to show you what’s great about them and how to use them. So, give a big shout out to all of the authors and creators of these amazing resources! THANK YOU! Here they are in order of appearance: 1. Gamestorming by James Macanufo and Sunni Brown / Sun Kagami 2. Workshop Tactics Pip Decks by 🎴 Charles Burdett 3. Miro 4. The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures by Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless 5. SessionLab 6. FunRetrospectives by 🎯Paulo Caroli 7. Facilitator Club Free Community by AJ&Smart Have you tried any of the above resources before? Which one is your favourite?
Hi everybody, Stephan here from The Netherlands!🎈 Short introduction: I'am Stephan and as a CCO responsible for introducing Splandid (www.splandid.nl) on the Dutch market. Splandid is a new Field Service Management tool for SME companies. It is unique through the combination of ERP, CRM and planning software.
After I prepared myself with all the available stuff like the Masterclass, the Sprint book etc it was time to start. First I bought all the office supplies like the post-its and markers and was finally ready for a jump start. I was kind of scary the first time. The advantage was that all the team members experienced this type of workshop for the first time as well so that made a big difference. After I explained the content of the workshop I started drawing the sailing boat, with the anchor and waterline:) I asked the first question:"what things are helping this company forward?" I set the time and we were off! It was really amazing to see how everyone in the team with great enthusiasm started to fill the post-its. After the boat fase we moved forward and after two hours we managed to project some real solutions for issues that have been there for a while. It is really a big step forward to use a workshop to solve issues within a company. The team was amazed about the outcome. This first workshop gave me the opportunity to build experience and I can say it is great to work with teams in this way. After my first workshop I already had 4 more and I'm know wondering how to find new customers. What are your thoughts on that?