Sat, 20 Jun|
Online via Zoom
Tips on Planning an Effective Workshop
With the current changes in the world which has seen businesses changing their ways of working, remote working is now the new norm. The training will benefit anyone who organises and have meetings or workshops with a group of people both online and face to face.
Time & Location
20 Jun 2020, 11:00 – 12:30 BST
Online via Zoom
About the Event
In this period when the world is going through a lot of uncertainties, gaining an additional skill is vital whether you are beginning your career journey, gaining an additional experience or planning your next career move. Workshop facilitation is a great technique used by business analysts to elicit and prioritize requirements, review processes and achieve stakeholder consensus. It is also used within and outside the workplace to brainstorm ideas, address business challenges and find better ways of transforming ideas into actions.
Facilitating a workshop unprepared is much like flying blind; this is guaranteed to cause you cold feet and intense regret. That’s the reason preparation is the first step towards facilitating a successful workshop. This training will give you some tips on how to plan an effective workshop for your role or business.
The training will include
- Pre-workshop Planning
- Facilitation tips
- Post Workshop activities
Anwulika Umeh is a business consultant and has over 10 years’ experience in the consulting, working within different project areas including Cloud Migration, Digital Transformations, and Change Management. She has also worked with both large and small groups creating ideas and forming solutions on simple and complex information. Anwulika has served as a board member in an organization that provides coaching and mentoring for women looking to acquire more skills to transition into a new career and had supported women through coaching and mentoring. She is currently a board member of Glasgow College Regional Board.
Who should attend?
This training session is designed for anyone who wants to learn something new or improve on their knowledge or existing skills. With the current changes in the world which has seen businesses changing their ways of working, remote working is now the new norm. The training will benefit anyone who organises and have meetings or workshops with a group of people both online and face to face. It will also benefit business analysts who want to improve on their existing knowledge and skills.
After the training, participants will be provided with information about additional courses and support available through the Baseline Careers Network.