Tools & Techniques for Facilitating Groups
How do you get a group of students to engage in activities, discuss topics, and learn? How do you get the activity started quickly and guide the flow? How do you engage all of the voices to share somewhat equally? Learn tips, tools, and techniques for facilitation and engage in different activities at this fast paced experiential session.
Dinner will be served!
Darin Eich earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin where his research focused on leadership development programs. He has been a graduate student and developer of programs at the University of Maryland & William and Mary. Darin’s passion involves helping people to become themselves, find and live their strengths, and become more creative, innovative & successful leaders. Professionally, Darin does projects ranging from hundreds of college speeches to helping institutions develop leadership programs & retreats to facilitating innovation sessions for the most innovative Fortune 500 companies. Darin has been consulting with Dartmouth since 2009 and is the founder of various leadership development and innovation initiatives and organizations, including a global innovation generation company called BrainReactions. He is the author of “Root Down and Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs” and “Innovation Step-by-Step.” Visit InnovationLearning.org for more of Darin’s resources.
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