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Lynne Cazaly

Lynne Cazaly

Albert Park, Australia · 17 items

Facilitation Skills Masterclass Series - 4 Online Sessions


In this Facilitation Skills Masterclass series, four online hour-long sessions will address some of the topics I get asked about the most.

Session 1: February 6

Facilitating Large Scale Events or Large Groups

This first class will tackle large scale events... participants who number more than say 20, 40, 80, 100, 250...What do you do with them? How do you structure or organise it all? What other support might you need? What is different to this than facilitating a smaller group session of 6 or 15 people? What do you need to beware of? From the briefing, to the design, to the delivery ... there are things that can make large scale events - and other things that can break them.

Session 2: March 20

Designing and Creating Games, Activities and Interesting Stuff

How do you keep people interested, engaged, active? If you fear that drop in energy or engagement in a workshop or session, let's look at how you can design and create games, activities and other interesting stuff to put you at ease and get the group doing something. But beware.... don't confuse high energy and high engagement.

Where do you get ideas for activities? How do you design them? How do you make them interesting and relevant?

Session 3: May 1

Facilitating a Tough Crowd

Not all workshop sessions are joyous! Sometimes there are significant challenges in the team, group, culture or organisation that can lead to a 'tough' session for a facilitator. Experienced facilitators might have their go-to techniques or ways of working... but what do you do to handle things like cynicism, rudeness, hidden agendas, coalitions working against the session, breakaway groups, negativity, and other things that can make us feel less like facilitating... more like running away!

How do you handle and respond to situations that you find challenging and that the group is struggling with too?

Session 4: June 5

Facilitating Learning

Training, learning and the way we build skills are changing. The idea that people arrive at a workshop with a 'train me' attitude is giving way to a 'what do I need to learn today?' mindset. This is where people are increasingly responsible for their own learning. How do you lead or facilitate sessions where people need to learn new things, adopt new skills or build competencies? How can you be a contemporary facilitator that helps people take greater responsibility for their learning - rather than expecting it to be bestowed on them? What activities do you run? How do you structure the session? What do we need to do differently?


2019 Dates :

February 6

March 20

May 1

June 5

You'll have the opportunity to contribute your questions and ideas both prior to and during the session.

It will be recorded and you'll be able to access it and revisit the wonderful learnings, insights, tips and skills again and again in the future.

Online registration details to join the sessions you enrol in will be sent to you prior to each of the sessions.


$550 AUD per all four sessions for 2019


Masterclass sessions are one-hour duration and held from 8am - 9am Australian Eastern Time.

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