One of the questions I take some pleasure in asking when training is “Who has wasted their time in a meeting that had no focus and few, if any, outcomes in recent times?” Invariably 90% of all participants raise their hands. In fact the response is so predictable the question is almost rhetorical.
The Facilitation training we are offering on Dec 9 is designed to address this all too standard response. All participants will receive full manuals and instruction from an experienced trainer and facilitator, whilst experiencing a highly interactive and practice oriented session. Ongoing coaching will also be available to enable them to complete an optional work-based assessment to attain their “Blue Hat Facilitator” certification and Pin.
It is expected that all participants will not only become lead facilitators capable of running an array of meeting types but also key drivers of positive cultural change once back in the workplace.
When: Thursday Dec 9, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Where: Airlie Leadership Development Centre, 260 Domain Rd Sth Yarra
Value: $490/person with an early bird value of $450/person up until Nov 19 or for bookings of 4 or more.
For more details please see the flyer attached: Six Thinking Hats Facilitator Training Dec 9
This is a public workshop and participants from all sectors are invited and welcome.
Any enquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or directed to Frank on 0400 109727.
“I undertook my Six Hats Facilitation training with Frank in 2009 and right from my first application the result have been astonishing in a number of ways. Firstly, the ideas came so thick and fast that the scribe couldn’t keep up. Excellent decisions were made and actions assigned — all in about 40 minutes. The second surprise was the amount of energy in the room throughout the meeting. It wasn’t just another meeting taking people away from their “real” work, everyone actually enjoyed it. A third surprise was the avowed cynics willingly agreeing that the methodology actually worked, that it could elicit more enthusiasm from them, and produce excellent results in a short time. The final surprise was how exhausting it was to slow people down, and then stop them from elaborating on their many ideas.” (Ricky Tuck. Education & Training – Victorian Public Records Office.)