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Explains concepts in a concise, memorable manner. Includes a bulleted summary at the conclusion and matching job-aid handout PDF.
Comprehensive yet easy-to-follow instructions for facilitating workshops with the above training activities. Includes useful tips and sample answers to questions. No expertise in the topic area is required.
Presentation Slide Deck
For use during workshops in both PDF & editable PPT formats. Slide numbers for each activity are referenced in the Facilitation Guide.
Useful for participants wishing to deep dive into the module topic with links to the web's best articles, books and tools. PDF format.
Everything you need to facilitate successful training activities.
Tools & Templates
Used during training activities. These can also be used for change implementation.
Summary Video & Discussion
TARGET AUDIENCE: All learners SUGGESTED TIMING: 15 - 30 minutes
The module subject-matter is introduced using a short animated video. The knowledge-check and personal reflections questions are then used to explore learners’ understanding and experience before moving on to other connected activities.
Facilitators can make use of a range of techniques such as brainstorming or debates to explore the knowledge check questions.
Use examples of learners’ experiences in the supplementary activity which follows.
The Structure of Stories
TARGET AUDIENCE: Learners new to change SUGGESTED TIMING: 15 - 20 minutes
This activity explores how good stories tend to have similar structures. By analyzing the structure of short stories, cartoons or learners’ favorite tales, learners understand how to construct a well-told story.
Creating a Story
TARGET AUDIENCE: All learners, with a variation for the more experienced SUGGESTED TIMING: 45 - 60 minutes
In this activity, all learners have a go creating a story for themselves. Creating stories is a very personal experience, so with less experienced, less confident learners it is advisable to keep the feedback session short and lighthearted.
However, experienced change leaders, executives and managers will benefit from an in-depth analysis of their story, critiquing it for content, accommodation of communication styles, pace, delivery and likely stakeholder reception.