How to apply your facilitation skills online

Applying your facilitation experience to the online environment

Get tips, tools and feedback on what works that you can easily adapt to online facilitation.

Join me on Wednesday April 29th for brief online workshop designed to provide you with some ‘grab and go’  light-bulb moments.

Outcomes:

i. Have a suite of tools to use

ii. Be able to adapt your facilitation approach to an online environment

iii. Gain clarity on your next steps

 

Program

Online facilitation

  • Principles – what to be ready for
  • Tools – make it easy for yourself and participants
  • What’s working – small steps for success
  • Building competence – where to from here

 

 

Sneak peak at some of the content

A big insight from doing lots of online work over the last six months is the 50% rule.

If you’re conducting an online meeting or workshop, we really need to have participants in the frame of mind that they speak for half of the time that they normally would In a face to face meeting. Otherwise, people are going to disengage really quickly as it’s likely that they’re already weary from lots of screen time. And they’re easily distracted. So the 50% rule is my golden rule!

Timing

Wednesday April 29th, 4:00pm-5:35pm AWST (GMT +8)

Register here

Hosted by Facilitation WA. All proceeds from ticket sales will support the activities of Facilitation WA in organising events and promoting the sharing of facilitation skills through online and F2F workshops and to support the work of practitioners in WA.

Set up

You’ll need online access via either a  PC, laptop, tablet or phone. Please try and be in a fairly quiet space, with minimal background distractions as there’s going to be a reasonable amount of discussion with other participants. We’ll be using Zoom as the workshop platform – you may need to check with your IT peeps that you can access this (i.e. no firewall issues).

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Andrew Huffer

Andrew Huffer has over 25 years experience in working with organisations, businesses, managers and communities and at a state, national and international level. He designs and delivers specialist engagement processes, with a focus on facilitating open decision making processes and skill development of clients. He has delivered presentations and workshops at a number of state, national and international conferences.

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