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Making Workshops Work: Creative collaboration for our time

Author: Pullan, Penny
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Pub Date: 13/07/2021
ISBN: 9781910056677
Availability: Available for delivery in 48 hours
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Quick overview The essential guide to running brilliant meetings and workshops, in person and virtually. From initial idea through preparation to delivery and follow-up, and with helpful templates and checklists, discover the secrets of running really effective group sessions.
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Do you face the challenge of running really effective meetings, facilitated sessions or workshops as part of your role?
Would you like to feel more confident when working with challenging groups or senior participants?
Do you want to deliver lasting results collaboratively, in virtual, hybrid and in-person environments?
Making Workshops Work takes you from an initial idea or brief, through step-by-step preparation, to an engaging, well-run and effective session, resulting in agreed actions and clear follow up. You'll feel confident, creative and competent as you deliver great results. Everyone will be committed to their actions and afterwards, whether you meet virtually, in-person or mix the two. Penny Pullan is a pioneer of virtual working and one of the world's leading experts on running effective workshops. Her expertise and candid stories will inspire at every stage, to ensure that you are fully prepared to make the best use of your own and your participants' valuable time.


A practical step-by-step guide to get the most out of group sessions quickly whether virtual or in-person
Memorable case studies, stories and examples to highlight what really works and what doesn't
Downloadable tools, templates and checklists to reduce your preparation time and enhance your effectiveness
Reflective questions and exercises to help you develop your own approach, building on what works for you and adapting what doesn't, so that each workshop is better than the last

Dr Penny Pullan is the author of several books including 'Virtual Leadership: Practical Strategies for Getting the Best out of Virtual Work and Virtual Teams'(Kogan Page, 2016). She works with people in multinational organizations who are grappling with tricky projects: uncertain, with ambiguous requirements, stakeholders who need to be engaged and virtual teams dispersed around the world. When they work with Penny, clients notice that communication, collaboration, clarity, commitment, connection and confidence grow, and change doesn't seem quite as tricky as before!

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