Too often workshops are unfocused, brainstorming lacks direction and even after hours spent in a rainbow of sharpies and post-its we leave feeling frustrated.
The secret to powerful workshop design is planning backwards. Would you plan a holiday without choosing the destination? Once you’re clear on the outcome, you can plan how to quickly get everyone there (and inspire them on the way).
If you need to bring people together, share knowledge or make your meetings more effective, this is right for you. Join Gabby Cummins to learn to plan backwards and develop a toolkit of tips and tricks to help you run workshops that, well, work.
Gabby Cummins is an experienced teacher and Learning & Development professional.
Working in the Education sector in a variety of capacities—from secondary school teaching, to L&D Advisor at the homelessness charity St Mungo’s. And now challenging outdated industry norms with forward thinking startup, Learnerbly—Gabby is driven to help others fulfil their potential.
Qualifying via Teach First, Gabby holds a PGCE and an MA in Transformational Leadership in Education. She enjoys teaching adults and young people in her spare time.
This workshop takes place in our studio in Shoreditch, London.
Unit 4 – Galaxy House
32 Leonard Street
This workshop is perfect for anyone who is looking to more professional facilitation workshop skills to their existing skillset.
Previous students include account managers, graphic designers and brand consultants, event managers, marketeers and business owners.
Although there are no pre-requisites to take the workshop, having a keen interest in creativity definitely helps.
Experience Haus provides applied learning and hands-on courses for organisations and individuals covering an abundance of different digital expertise. They offer practitioner taught skills training across design and innovation, marketing and growth and personal and professional development.
Crucially, the company goes above and beyond the purely technical and hopes to uncover the black holes in business. The company’s offering of events, part-time courses (pairing students with start-ups), hands-on workshops and bespoke programming intends to bridge the gap between economical and accessible learning for the curious.