Making the Grade

Posted by Shannon Gunderman on June 18, 2015 at 9:49 AM

The importance of obtaining feedback on your workshop performance cannot be overstated. Improvement is never realized in a vacuum. To be successful and to continue to succeed, one must be willing to accept advice, counsel, and criticism from others. This is especially true for risk workshop facilitators.

10 Principles of Risk Workshop Facilitation Part 2: The Last Five

Posted by Shannon Gunderman on May 11, 2015 at 9:43 AM

  1. Encourage Active Participation – Most workshops have one or two people that are hesitant to be involved because they are uncomfortable expressing themselves in a group setting. However, history has shown that many major discoveries and advances in human knowledge have come from introverts, so make every effort to help them join the discussion. Be careful that your efforts do not lead to embarrassment; kindly and respectfully invite participation and warmly commend responsiveness.

Using Our Eyes and Ears

Posted by Dorothy Gjerdrum on March 16, 2015 at 10:34 AM

Who do you regard as your eyes and ears when it comes to risk?