What Food Network taught me about facilitation skills

I love Food Network. I never get tired of it. In fact, I could probably find more time for writing this blog (and a number of other things) if I watched less Food Network on Saturday mornings with a cup or three of coffee. Ages ago - probably at least 5 years ago - I … Continue reading What Food Network taught me about facilitation skills

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Top 10 Posts About Training and Facilitation Skills

It’s summer vacation for phase(two)learning! Please enjoy this recap of some favorite phase(two)learning blog posts! Look for fresh, new content returning next week!   Last week, we recapped the Top 10 phase(two)learning blog posts about onboarding - I hope you enjoyed it! Since the other topic I love to explore in this blog is training and … Continue reading Top 10 Posts About Training and Facilitation Skills

3 Tips to Facilitate With Confidence (even when you’re not an expert)

Have you ever been asked (or instructed) to facilitate a training session, and you're NOT the expert in the room? I think we've all been there at one time or another. It's easy to let the nerves or negative self-talk take over - a little too easy, right? How do you project authority on the … Continue reading 3 Tips to Facilitate With Confidence (even when you’re not an expert)

Before Your Training Session: 3 Simple Things to Remember

It's 7:15 a.m.  Your training session is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m.  You arrive in your training room; it is set up and seemingly ready to go.  An amateur trainer might just fire up her laptop, assume everything is ready to roll, and kick back with a cup of coffee for the next 45 … Continue reading Before Your Training Session: 3 Simple Things to Remember