A learning environment that invites participation is created (or destroyed) by the attitudes, words and behaviors of the facilitator(s).
This 3-day workshop is an experiential exploration of the essential facilitation skills, behaviors and attitudes that encourage participants to get actively involved in the self-reflection that inspires new learning.
Core skills for working with groups of any size
Environmental dynamics that set the stage for interactive learning
Verbal and non-verbal communication skill building to increase confidence and credibility
Giving and receiving objective, constructive, and encouraging feedback
Simple and effective exercises, games, and activities for a facilitator's tool kit
"This wonderful, insightful seminar helped me become even more aware of my impact. Using videotape and group feedback, I was able to see where I accomplished my desired impact and when I'd get in my own way. It was fun, delightful, and very beneficial. This class helped me be more aware of when I show up in my strength.
Sue provided lots of materials from her extensive experience in improv work and I walked away feeling it was well worth my time. Sue is a Pro and a bright light in the industry."