In this episode we’re going to explore a way of finding out some information about your audience while getting them moving. This can work in large or small groups and is a great way of mixing people up and increasing the energy in the room.
In today’s episode we’re sharing one of John’s pet peeves with you… we’re going to talk all about capitalisation, fonts and layouts that reduce readability and comprehension.
In this episode we’re going to explore learning and dig into what the evidence-based research tells us about what helps us learn new concepts. As we were developing this episode, we were initially thinking about those people who attend our workshops or forums. But much of this material is applicable if you are doing some part-time study or if you have children or friends doing more formal study at school or university.
In today’s episode we are going to take you through our top five journal articles for enablers of change. Why do we think journal articles are important? Well it’s because effective enablers of change use research to inform what we do.
Let’s explore learning styles, and see whether they are actually helpful for extension! Because if they are, then as enablers of change we will want to better understand people’s learning styles to help us deliver more effective extension activities.
Today we're going to explore using de Bono’s six thinking hats to unravel our thinking.
It’s a simple but effective way to help groups deal with complex situations and be able to move forward with their decision making.
With so many of us suddenly needing to run online meetings, in this episode we’re going to cover our top three tips for facilitating online meetings.