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The Three Point Check In Model for Designing Online Workshops

The Three Point Check In Model for Designing Online Workshops

Update: 2020-12-10
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 In this episode you'll hear about a framework I've found particularly useful in helping to facilitate in the online space. It comes from the work of Sam Kaner from San Francisco. I’ve done some training with Sam, and he’s got some really valuable and easy to apply processes.

Sam’s model describes the role of a facilitator talks about our role is to help groups in three ways:


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  1. Tap into the diversity of the group
  2. Help the group to do their thinking
  3. Deliver outcomes for the group

Lean in, listen and remember to look for just one thing to adapt and apply!

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The Three Point Check In Model for Designing Online Workshops

The Three Point Check In Model for Designing Online Workshops

Andrew Huffer