Month: January 2011

Providing feedback

Ever had to provide feedback to a colleague? What about a workshop participant? How did you feel at the time? If you feel a little nervous about giving feedback – don’t worry – that’s normal. The good news is that there’s a simple model that can help you to step […]

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Promoting your workshop or event

No doubt you put on some fantastic workshops and amazing events. Do you sometimes wonder why more people didn’t show up? Or why some just didn’t hear about it? Or perhaps some didn’t know what it was about? Last year I faced the same dilemmas for an event that I […]

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Using bad language

So what does using ‘bad’ language and facilitation have in common? Have you been to a workshop facilitated by Liam Gallagher, Sir Les Patterson or Keith the Mauravian Swearing Bear? Maybe not – but this isn’t about foul language. It’s about thinking about the language you use. I’m heavily involved […]

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Starting on track in 2011

After a short break enjoying sleep ins I’m ready to go in 2011. Most of us are busy in many aspects of our lives. To help me get on track in 2011 I’m setting SMART goals. I’m guessing you’ve heard of these – Specific, Measureable, Action-focused, Realisitc & Time-bound. My […]

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