From inspiration to change: take SPA to work
This is a memorable workshop on creating memorable workshops
Learning exciting things this conference? Wondering how to use and spread them back at work? Having good ideas to try is one thing. Getting your team to wholeheartedly run with your idea is another thing entirely. Use this workshop to prepare!
In this workshop on creating workshops, you’ll create a session about a topic of your choice (from SPA2019 or elsewhere). With it you can spread your learning and enthusiasm when back on the job. We’ll help you create it and while doing so we’ll explore together how the brain really learns and how to make great, interactive training based on this knowledge. For our concepts and practices we will draw mainly from Sharon Bowman’s excellent book and course Training from the BACK of the Room, which we’ve been applying in our own trainings for some years now.
Anyone with the desire to be a change agent
Benefits of participating
You'll leave with (the skeleton of) a great workshop you're eager to run. And you'll leave more able to affect meaningful change in your professional environment.
Workshop in the truest sense of the word: highly interactive learning experience. Experiential learning: we obviously use the principles we teach on this workshop itself and will show this. Good bit of discovery mixed in, due to the use of your own content and an open ended nature.
"Whirlwind" has been mentioned; you'll need the final minutes of the session to "cool off" your brain again from the buzz it'll experience.
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We connect your - the participant's - desire to effectively take something (from SPA?) to your work environment and hand you tools to design the desired knowledge transfer (though not in a traditional way). You apply these to your case and as we get further into the workshop, the focus steadily shifts further towards using what's been put on the table so that in the end you leave with a great (outline, including facilitation formats for your) workshop.
You'll leave with (the skeleton of) a great workshop on the topic of your choosing, which you'll be eager to run.