9 Nov: Flawless Facilitation (series)

12 Oct – 21 Dec | 4-6 pm UK | interactive online

Have you ever tried to facilitate a Type workshop and the content has not “landed”?

The reason may be that you have not been able to engage all types in the learning journey. Over many years Susan Nash has developed a facilitation methodology that builds understanding, buy-in, application and retention for most adult learners. Susan will be running a series of six two-hour, virtual, interactive workshops to introduce the entire Flawless Facilitation methodology, skills, and techniques. These workshops will cover:

  • What is a Facilitator?
  • Why Facilitate?
  • How to design interactive live and virtual sessions.
  • How to lead plenary discussions.
  • How to design and run effective activities.
  • How to manage Visual Aids and support materials to enhance learning.

Full details are here

Email Susan Nash with any questions, and Go to the Em-Power Shop to book your place.

This is not a BAPT course. Susan has kindly arranged this course to be at a reasonable time for both the US and the UK, so our members may also have the opportunity. There is no BAPT discount because the prices are already rock-bottom, but I’ve offered to post the details here.

One session is $50 (~£38), 6 sessions are $250 (~£188). Here are the dates and times:

  • Monday October 12 from 08:00–10:00 PST (4:00 – 6:00 pm UK time)
  • Monday October 26 from 08:00–10:00 PST (4:00 – 6:00 pm UK time)
  • Monday November 9 from 08:00–10:00 PST (4:00 – 6:00 pm UK time)
  • Monday November 23 from 08:00–0:00 PST (4:00 – 6:00 pm UK time)
  • Monday December 7 from 08:00–10:00 PST (4:00 – 6:00 pm UK time)
  • Monday December 21 from 08:00-10:00 PST (4:00 – 6:00 pm UK Time)

About the Presenter

Susan Nash (ENFJ) is owner of EM-Power, a Past President of the International Association for Psychological Type International (APTi), and the 2017 winner of the APTi President’s Award. She is Founder of the Type Academy  – an organization specializing in whole type – and author of eleven books. She has ENFJ preferences.


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