If you’re looking to add new skills to your facilitation palette, you’ll want to attend Aneta Key's upcoming training in Vancouver on October 11! This is a fantastic opportunity. Aneta's workshop was one of the most popular offerings at the conference in Montclair this August, with rave reviews from everyone who attended it. (See below for some sample comments.) And that was just the 1.5 hour version. In Vancouver she will give two 3-hour trainings - one in the morning and a "booster pack" in the afternoon that will build on the morning session.
In the morning “playshop”, Aneta will lead us through an exploration of tested approaches for making day‐long or multi-day events both productive and fun by making them more interactive, playful, and engaging. Facilitators will walk away with at least a dozen ready-to-use activities, while sparking connections, engaging in peer learning, and of course, having fun!
The afternoon workshop will allow us to test a wide range of interactive activities that support strategic decision-making and help clients improve their business problem-solving skills. The two workshops are complementary but different, so you'll want to take both!
Click here to learn more and register for the morning workshop.
Click here to learn more and register for the afternoon workshop.
Here are some things people said about Aneta’s IFVP workshop:
"I attended Aneta's session at the IFVP conference recently, I loved her energy, fun loving style and great ideas to engage participants. Go!" – Rosanna von Sacken “I love your energy, dedication, and all you gave us that day at IFVP. I totally recommend the opportunity to learn from you, so people: don’t think twice! Go for it.” – Kristine Neckelmann Abbott "I had no idea the level of knowledge you were going to lay down in that class when I volunteered to graphic record it! You not only gave me solid tools…but you also walked the walk, taking us effortlessly through the very activities you were teaching. It would not be overstating it to say that your methods are life-changing for anyone who facilitates groups." – Gray Miller