If you ever work with a facilitator, please work with them from the start…
You have been thinking about this event, you know what you want to do with it and why, you have been convinced – and it’s a good thing – that you need a facilitator to help you with your event.
It sounds all good, and on paper you are all set for success… unless you follow any of the following traps, which could irremediably turn your event into a Murphy’s Law festival.
You have developed a precise agenda
This might be your first problem: as you couldn’t wait for the event to take shape and give you a concrete ‘feel’, you have drafted an agenda, day by day and to the minute. The problem with this is two-fold:
- You may not have thought carefully enough about the topics and objectives that should absolutely precede the (participation formats and)…
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