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Throwback: Five Strategies From Five Years Of Facilitation

Did not get the chance to share this when I first wrote it last year, but – having run and managed training programmes, especially for Model United Nations and simulation conferences – I summarised five strategies for facilitation, ranging from the obvious (good preparation and taking on board criticism) to hopefully the useful (summaries of big, thematic ideas throughout the sessions as well as tailoring session based on needs). Continue reading

Five Strategies From Five Years Of Facilitation

Oftentimes such programmes are perceived to be monotonous, and while the interest of participants matters facilitators cannot take their responsibilities for granted. Having confidence as well as adequate rehearsals are givens (even better with an awesome team), and experience through multiple iterations is useful too, though there are five strategies which could be adopted from the get-go. Continue reading

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