In this video, learn about ways to give the participants a sense of closure and empowerment to create action steps. This will help set your participants up for success and integrate what they learned in to their regular lives.
- People don't realize this, but how you close your workshop…is almost more important than how you start it.…It's the last thing that people will remember.…And you have an opportunity to send them off feeling…motivated and inspired, no matter what the topic is.…The end is also where things can get a little chaotic,…because you might be feeling rushed…if you got behind in your agenda.…And there are also those tactical issues…to take care of, like evaluations.…But take the time to design the ending of your event,…so that you create the appropriate emotional closure…for your group.…
Here's some things you'll want to consider.…There will probably be an ideal order for the topic…and group you're leading.…So move them around accordingly.…One, be sure you review the key points.…I find it helpful to put a second copy of the agenda…or learning objective slide at the end,…and use it as a way to do a quick review…of the material we covered.…Two, give people time to synthesize their own key takeaways.…After I review the agenda,…
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- Facilitating adult learners
- Best practices in workshop design
- Understanding your participants
- Designing the right activities
- Preparing the logistics
- Facilitating the workshop
- Keeping things on track
- Increasing participation and collaboration
- Solving unexpected problems
- Dealing with challenging dynamics
- Creating closure