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Facilitator 101 – Part III

Jana Muma

Director of Learning & Development

Kara Rice

Chief Information Officer

Presented by Grace Hill, Inc.


Facilitator 101

The Trainer – Part I

The Learner – Part II

Joe

The Classroom– Part III


Housekeeping


First Impression


Key Components of First Impressions


What is the “ICE”?


Love/Hate


Round Table


Boardroom


Classroom


Theatre


U-Shape


Why use Visual Aids?

70%

65%

60%

50%

40%

35%

30%

20%

10%

10%

0%

Hear See Hear & See


Visual Aids

Three T’s Technique:

1. Touch

2. Turn

3. Talk


Tips to Remember

• check visibility

• limit information

• show only when ready

• put out of sight when finished

• back up plan – Murphy’s Law


The Difficult Learner


The Fighter/Griper


The Whisperer


Smarty Pants


Eager Beaver


Silent Sam


The Class Clown


Managing Sidetracks

3 - IGNORE


Use Humor

“People learn most in

moments of enjoyment.”

- Dr. Ralph Smedley, Toastmasters Founder


Myth #1

• Myth #1 – Adding fun detracts from the

content. “I’m a trainer - not an entertainer!”

• Fact - Fun is not part of the content, it’s part

of the process.


Myth #2

• Myth #2 – Adding fun devalues the training

• Fact – Adding humor makes the information

more likely to be heard, believed and

remembered.


Myth #3

• Myth #3 – Adding humor means telling jokes

(and can make the trainer look foolish if they

don’t work)

• Fact – Joke telling is only one of many ways of

creating humor.


Review

Use a

strong

closer!


Wrap it Up!

10 Great Ways to Close a Session


Next Steps

Review Activity


Trainer Pocketbooks


Next Episode


past episodes (recordings)

Q&A


Let’s Talk Training – Recommended Resources

Facilitator 101 – Part III - The Classroom

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES

The Magic of Making Training Fun!

The Case for Making Training Fun

Best ice-breakers for remote meetings

Trainer and Facilitator Tools

Making Effective Presentations using Visual Aids

Visual Aids and Other Stuff

Meeting Room Layouts and Conference Table Set Ups

Using Visual Aids

Tips for using Visual Aids

Trainer Talk: Dealing with Difficult Participants

Managing Difficult Participants

How to keep difficult participants from negatively impacting training

RECOMMENDED WEBSITES

The Bob Pike Group

The Creative Trainer.com

Masie Learning Center

Mindtools

Trainer's Warehouse

ASTD

Palan

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Let’s Talk Training – Recommended Resources

Facilitator 101 – Part III - The Classroom

RECOMMENDED BOOKS

Over 600 Icebreakers & Games

201 Icebreakers : Group Mixers, Warm-Ups, Energizers, and Playful Activities

The Big Book of Icebreakers: Quick, Fun Activities for Energizing Meetings and Workshops

Moving Beyond Icebreakers: An Innovative Approach to Group Facilitation, Learning, and Action

Quick Meeting Openers for Busy Managers: More Than 50 Icebreakers, Energizers, and Other Creative

Activities That Get Results

What's Your Story? Icebreaker Questions for Small Groups

101-Games-Trainers-101 Games for Trainers: A Collection of the Best Activities

Dealing with Difficult Participants: 127 Practical Strategies for Minimizing Resistance and Maximizing Results

in Your Presentations

Managing Difficult Participants - ASTD Infoline

101 Ways to Make Training Active

101 More Games for Trainers

Training Ain't Performance

All New Tricks for Trainers: 57 Tricks and Techniques to Grab and Hold the Attention of Any Audience...and

Get Magical Results

The Big Book of Humorous Training Games

Visual Impact, Visual Teaching: Using Images to Strengthen Learning

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