60 Ways to Make Your Workshops 🧑🍳😙
Jun 22, 2022 1:23 pm
I searched the web for notable resources to help you succeed in learning and development. Here's what I found this week.
Can you reply back and let me know which one was your favorite?
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😍 My top pick for the week: Wouldn't it be amazing to have access to facilitation ideas and techniques at the flick of a card? Yes, it would be. Here are 60 ideas for keeping participants engaged in your workshops.
🧊 I've heard a lot of boring icebreaker questions. But this list is 🧑🍳😗. The only one you need for culture-building and workshops has been hidden in Reddit — "A List of Interesting Questions for People to Get to Know Their Friends, Family, Lovers, Coworkers, Nemeses, and Selves Better."
🧭 If you ever wanted to venture on your own as a consultant, whether full-time or on the side, you need to know a few things. Luckily, Tom Critchlow has learned how to navigate this indie life. He shares all in — "A map for indie living"
👣 What's the difference between ambition and aspiration? Does it matter? Marshall Goldsmith thinks it really does in his short article on — "Aspiration as a Motivator for Continuing Growth".
🕵️Want to get past the paywalls of millions of peer-reviewed journal articles, legally and free? Use this Chrome extension.
🎟️ Unify your calendars, centralize your work, and plan your days so you can focus on what matters. Well, that's what at least Routine.co says on their website. This tool is "request only" so I can't vouch for the tech, but it sure does look interesting! I submitted my request to get on their waitlist!
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Are any of these resources helpful, ? Can you let me know?