Win a Seat at My Next Workshop

Woman with short blonde hair is standing among a group of seated people. She is leading a workshop and wearing a mustard-colored blazer with blue jeans. Behind her there are sticky notes on a white wall.

Here’s the scoop:

  • How to recognize workshop indicators (AKA the flags you should be looking for to help determine if your org needs a workshop)
  • How to write a problem-statement and get buy-in from stakeholders
  • How to get ready for your workshop (everything from the tools you’ll need to setting participant expectations)
  • How to facilitate a workshop (including the use of confidence-building techniques, and tools like storyboarding, note-and-vote, anonymous idea-sharing, and more)

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Weekly resources for facilitators and leaders. Learn tips and methods to run better workshops, accelerate teams and uncover new ideas. www.jackiecolburn.com

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Jackie Colburn

Jackie Colburn

Weekly resources for facilitators and leaders. Learn tips and methods to run better workshops, accelerate teams and uncover new ideas. www.jackiecolburn.com

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