***FULLY BOOKED*** AQR Announces the next session in the Breakfast Bites Series - Creative Facilitation: Learn how to own the space
Been landed with the graveyard after lunch slot? Faced with a jaded, hard to impress audience? Need to freshen up your facilitation? Help is at hand...
This session will look at how we can inject energy, lightness and creativity into our facilitation practice.
Through interactive exploration we will see how space, creative play and improvisation can help us unlock a more playful approach to facilitating workshops and focus groups.
The morning will be run by Lucy Taylor, facilitator, brand consultant and improviser. Lucy is the founder of Make Work Play www.makeworkplay.co.uk. She is passionate about harnessing the power of play to help organisations work better. She designs and delivers creative workshops for the likes of Greenpeace, 20th Century Fox, Biogen Idec and BBC.
A trained Qualitative Researcher, Lucy began her career at Fresh Minds, before going onto work at the COI. She is part of On Your Feet, a collaboration between business and the arts that uses improvisation to help people better connect, create and relate.
Spaces are limited to 15, so make sure you sign up as soon as you can to avoid disappointment! AQR Members get priority booking see below. (Please note - this also means we can only accept a maximum of 2 delegates per company and only AQR members can book in the first intance).
Booking: As we believe this session will be very popular and places are limited to 15, AQR members have the chance to book first. Please note All AQR memerbship is individual not corporate.
AQR Member's price: £30 + VAT = £36
- SORRY NOW FULLY BOOKED
Bookings will open for non members on Thursday 25 January if places are still available.
Price: £50 + VAT = £60
16 February 2018
8.30am to 10.30am
Home Sweet Home - Covent Garden 1st Floor
45 Monmouth Street
London WC2H 9DG
Map of location:
StreetMap of WC2H 9DG
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