When Austin teaches how to run great workshops, designers worry most about facilitation. What if participants won’t join the discussions? What if attendees won’t participate? What if you can’t manage the room?
But facilitation skills are rarely the problem. Regardless of the type of workshop you want to run, good workshops depend almost entirely on how you structure the activities.
In this presentation, we’ll look at two strategies that maximize participation and guarantee clear outcomes and decisions. Attendees walk away with two checklists: one for guiding facilitation and another for structuring workshop activities.
Presented by Austin Govella.
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM - Networking, Food & Drinks
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Panel Discussion
8:00 PM - 8:30 PM - Q&A, Networking
Hosted by Avanade.
Free parking is available on the upper levels of Garages 1, 2 & 3. Garage 2 is across the street from the venue
We’re in the same building as the Microsoft Technology Center, at corner of Queensland and Town and Country, across the street from Brio and McCormick and Schmitt’s
Garage 2 is down Queeensbury with free parking on the upper levels. Parking also available in garage attached to our building. I think it’s $2/hour.
Valet parking is available in front of Garage 2 as well as down Queensbury close to Grimaldi’s.
Link to map: http://citycentrehouston.com/uploads/img/content/CITYCENTRE_Retail_Brochure2.pdf