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Helene Jewell
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As facilitators we do spend a lot of time shouting about about facilitation; what it is, what the benefits are, what types there are. Let’s face it, if you love something you want to talk about it, sometimes quiet a lot. Facilitation can be either an art…
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The open workshops that I run are designed to help participants learn how to put a great workshop together. Feedback has been brilliant and people have come away with all sorts of wonderful ideas to put into their own amazing workshops. But there is one…
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Do you keep hearing about workshops and wonder what all the fuss is about? Perhaps you'd like to deliver your own but aren't quite sure how to go about it. Or maybe you already do, but need some new ideas to give them that edge and ensure you get them just right.
If you know how, workshops can be a fantastic business offering, enabling you to:
Demonstrate confidence and knowledge in your area of expertise to a whole group of people at once.
Communicate clear messages about your specialism in an engaging and enjoyable way.
Generate dynamic and interactive discussions adding value to any content you put in.
Provide an instant networking opportunity - a chance for participants to get to know you, and each other.

One of the keys to a great workshop is interactivity - participation and engagement are crucial if you are going to create that dynamic environment. But how exactly is it done?
Come along to Workshop Essentials and find out how to create your own vibrant and engaging workshops! Gain the confidence you need to make it all run seamlessly and to get that real workshop buzz.
In this 3.5 hour workshop, we will focus on:
The key elements of a workshop including what makes a good workshop, and why this is important
Knowing your role in delivering a workshop and how to work together with your participants
Learning how to increase engagement and participation during the workshop
Planning and designing your own workshop
Working with a selection of different tools, techniques and materials
In addition you will receive a free copy of my Workshop Essentials Workbook - a comprehensive guide to creating your own workshop.
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A free 30 minute follow up call for 1:1 support in designing your own workshop
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Be eligible to join the Workshop Hub facebook group
Do you need to dig deeper still? Book this along with The Workshop Toolkit in the afternoon for just £135 (plus booking fee) for a full day Workshop Wonder!

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/workshop-essentials-the-skilled-approach-to-outstanding-workshop-creation-tickets-34790725998
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Calling anyone who wants to get their workshops just right! Understand the key elements of a workshop, how to get good engagement, how to design and deliver it the right way and much more! #workshopmagic #Bristol https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/workshop-essentials-the-skilled-approach-to-outstanding-workshop-creation-tickets-34790725998
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Fidget Spinners - annoying fad or a great workshop fiddle toy?

If you are a parent or someone who spends much time with school aged children, the fidget spinner can’t possibly have escaped your attention. If you are a teacher, I can almost hear you cursing under your breath! If you have no idea what I am talking…
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When doing my workshops, I do like a good analogy. I find that likening one thing to another helps us process what we are talking about and create a mental picture. Because I see a workshop and the discussions that take place as a journey, something that…
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Brainstorming the business of how to make your horse thirsty..... and more.

Do you remember me talking about the power of a group in my last blog? If you didn’t get a chance to read it it’s here. By way of a little follow up of the event I did for International Women’s Day, I thought I’d update you on how it all went and how we…
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Have you tapped into the power of a group?

A problem shared is a problem halved as they say. By sharing your problem with someone else, it often seems smaller as you gain perspective by talking it through. Sometimes that’s all you are looking for, a chance to mull over something out loud, an ear…
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How do you create a communication environment that's right for you?

I’ve just been trying to organise a night out with a group of friends – can’t be that hard can it? Well, Christmas aside, yes it is. And it’s not because we’re all busy (although we are, of course, isn’t everybody?) but because we’re all on different…
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Whether you believe you are an “ideas person” or not, everyone has ideas. The trick is effectively capturing them in the first place, so they don’t escape or get lost. Then once they have been captured they need to be cajoled and coaxed, nurtured and…
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