Build Your Facilitation Toolbox for Large Groups
Tribes and Constellations
Rotating Flip Charts
Speedboat from Innovation Games
Collaborative agenda creation
ROTI: Return on Time Invested
Circles and Soup (circles of influence)
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
The people who come to the session will dot vote to prioritize the list of techniques to what is relevant for them.
Then for each technique, we will spend about 15 mins doing the following:
Slides: Overview of what Rotating Flip Charts is (including pictures of ways I’ve used it)
[Exercise: 5 mins] Get up and experience how it’s facilitated, right now in this session
[Exercise: 5 mins] At their tables....mind map the ways they also have used this exercise in their companies or new ways to use this going forward
[Debrief 3 mins] Each table takes that flipchart to hang on the wall (one leader from each table walking it over to the wall)
REPEAT: Discuss the next technique.
- Walk away with at least 3-4 facilitation techniques and a ready-made list of ways to use that technique
Collaborate with other experienced facilitators
- Build your facilitation toolbox by experiencing multiple techniques
People who will be facilitating large groups or just want to add some new facilitation techniques to their toolbox.
Prerequisites for Attendees
Not really any pre-requisites, but to set expectations......this session will not be spending a ton of time explaining how to facilitate each technique step by step. We will be moving quickly from technique to technique in order to build our overall toolbox.
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