WORKSHOP FACILITATION SKILLS

Trained Workshop Facilitators Are:
93% More Effective at Creating Sustained Engagement

Taught exclusively by former Dale Carnegie Course, Institute for Advanced Human Performance, and Covey global facilitators – this workshop delivers!

PULL PARTICIPANTS IN!

HANDS DOWN – THE KEY TO GETTING BUSINESS FROM WORKSHOPS IS ENGAGEMENT
In this one-day workshop you’ll discover the CORNERSTONES of world-class workshop facilitation. You’ll up your coaching facilitation game to a new level!

This one-day workshop will take you on an engaging, practice-filled journey that teach you the exact steps in becoming a word-class workshop facilitator.

You will take part in; practice activities, real life scenarios, group interactions; and through highly interactive coaching you’ll develop skills that you will put to use immediately.

What You Can Expect: 

  • Pre-Workshop: You’ll take part in an online DiSC personality assessment to gain deeper clarity into your favored style of facilitation
  • Time Commitment: Full Day
  • Materials and Resources Included: Participant Manual, Flash Cards, Video Extension Course (new as of 2016)
When you leave this course you will be able to;

  • Master front-of-the-room nervousness
  • Engage workshop participants with real confidence
  • Apply the cornerstones of workshop facilitation to command any room
  • Win over skeptical participants
  • Handle challenging questions with poise
  • Motivate participants to take action
  • Deliver content in a clear and concise way

 

 

  • Engage your audience with Adult Learning best practices
  • Alter the group dynamic by recognizing behavioral style
  • Utilize Body Language Discipline™ to master front of the room fear
  • Ask questions that promote engagement and learning transfer
  • Create a lively, engaged, and memorable environment
This course is well suited for:

  • Life Coaches
  • Workshop Presenters
  • Leadership Coaches
  • Consultants
  • Seminar Leaders
  • Sales Marketing Presenters
  • ICF Students Planning to Begin a Coaching Career