According to the World Economic Forum, critical thinking and problem-solving skills are at the top of the skills list that employers believe will grow in prominence over the next five years. But how often do we leave a workshop feeling frustrated that we haven’t achieved the intended outcome, deflated by the lack of energy or participation in the room, or annoyed that it’s been derailed by competing agendas or personalities?
Packed with handy tools, techniques and tips, this half-day interactive session will help participants design and facilitate more productive, memorable and inclusive workshop experiences, delivering high value and impact for their teams and clients.
Who is it for:
Anyone wanting to run brilliant workshops, whether they’re new to it or looking to hone their skills with some useful tips and techniques.
With a career spanning 20+ years in the creative and tech industries, Mette has designed and facilitated hundreds of workshops for the likes of British Airways, Mars, McLaren Automotive, Barratt Developments and too many agencies to mention. She also runs workshop design and facilitation training programmes as part of her consultancy offering, driving positive change for companies, teams and individuals.
Tickets are priced at £125 +VAT for BCI members and £185 +VAT for non-members. Book your place below!
This workshop will be held at ForrestBrown, 10 Templeback, Bristol, BS1 6FL.
Bristol Creative Industries is the membership network that supports the region's creative sector to learn, grow and connect, driven by the common belief that we can achieve more collectively than alone.
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