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The peer-coaching event for facilitators

On March 18th Daniel Stillman's conversation design meets Myriam Hadnes' mastermind in the heart of Amsterdam!

Join us to experience a deep dive into the design of powerful feedback conversations with the world-expert in the field of conversation design. 

At the mastermind table, you can immediately apply your learnings and feel the impact of targeted feedback, advice and knowledge-sharing on a topic that matters most to you.

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How do you design the group conversations that you facilitate? What values, principles and patterns do you leverage?

In the first part of the afternoon, we will work through exercises to clarify your unique approach to designing group dialogue.

You will leave with:

  • A new visual approach to managing your roles as a facilitator 
  • Your own unique Conversation OS Canvas

Daniel will share exercises from his new book "Good Talk: How to Design Conversations that Matter" and: you’ll leave with your own signed copy of the book.

In the second part of the afternoon, we will move to the mastermind tables to share knowledge. 

You will get:

  • Targeted feedback on the topic or challenge that you define
  • Insights on the practice and experience of other facilitators
  • Inspiration from experts in the field of collaboration

 

What you get

On March 18th, you will meet those who facilitate collaboration: facilitators, coaches, trainers, educators, or team leaders. For an admission fee of

447 Euro 344 Euro (plus 21% VAT and ticketing fees), you get​

  • A 2-hours class facilitated by Daniel Stillman - Featured guest on my podcast, episode 022
  • A new visual approach to managing your roles as a facilitator
  • Your own unique Conversation OS Canvas
  • Your own 30 minutes of coaching, targeted feedback, advice and insights from 5 peers plus Daniel or myself
  • An afternoon filled with meaningful conversations, new insights, top-level learnings
  • A total of 2,5 hours of peer-coaching and peer-learning in a group of 6
  • Extensive preparation-material in advance to make sure you maximise the benefits of your time in the spotlight
  • Access to a network of professional facilitators
  • A professional headshot by Jeroen Paling for you to take home
  • Snacks and drinks
  • Exclusive networking opportunity and cocktail reception

​This offer is valid until February 21st. After, prices increase by 30%.

Mastermind

The mastermind concept follows a simple procedure:

Each table hosts 5 participants + either the host, Myriam or the keynote speaker.

Every participant receives 30 minutes in the spotlight. You can use your time to ask for feedback, advice, methods or best practices. 

Through the diversity of the group, you will find new perspectives from experts in the field of facilitation. They will point out strengths that you might not have acknowledged before. And, you will learn from their challenges.

In 2.5 hours, you get insights worth of a full coaching day. 

Testimonials

How to join

The quality of a mastermind depends on the individuals who attend it. Each member must be willing to share knowledge, expertise and genuine feedback. Then, the group will grow larger than its parts. 

Therefore, I carefully select all participants. Everyone must be eager to give and take - ideas, feedback, and joy.

 

Join us on 

March 18th, from 2-8.30 PM in Amsterdam 

 

Sign up now to secure your place at our "workshops work! conversation design meets mastermind".

Upon subscription, you will receive an email with further information and a link to the registration form. 

Testimonials

Your hosts

Daniel Stillman designs conversations for a living, and insists that you do, too. He works with organizations like Google, Nike and Visa to help them frame and sustain productive dialogue, deepen their facilitation skills, and coach them through the innovation process.

He hosts The Conversation Factory podcast and is the author of the upcoming book, “Good Talk: How to Design Conversations that Matter” a handbook for changemakers and innovators on how they design the conversations in their work and lives.

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Myriam Hadnes has an academic background in Economics and Sociology. She earned a PhD in Behavioural Economics from Goethe University Frankfurt and now applies her insights to her facilitation practice.

While Myriam taught Bachelor, Master and PhD students in Europe and Asia experimental economics, she now works with international clients such as the European Investment Bank, Porsche and the Lufthansa Group.

Since March 2019, Myriam hosts a podcast on workshop facilitation for which she interviews facilitators, change managers and coaches about successful ways to facilitate collaboration of teams. The “workshops work” podcast attracts over 3,000 plays per month. 

The agenda

At the event, we will follow the flow:

  1. Check-in and warm-up
  2. Daniel's course on designing powerful feedback conversations 
  3. 5 Mastermind rounds of 30 minutes each
  4. Debrief & Harvesting
  5. Headshot pictures
  6. Networking with drinks and snacks

One week before the event, you will receive a complete deck of prep-material in the form of templates, guidelines, and questions that will help you to get ready for your time in the spotlight.

Experience showed that a sound preparation pays off. If you ask your peers precise questions you will get spot-on answers, inspiration, and advice.  

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Sign up

Sign up now to secure your place at one of the tables of the "workshops work! Mastermind for Facilitators".

Upon subscription, you will receive an email with further information and a link to the registration form. 

 

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