Recently I received an opportunity to attend a training workshop as a participant. The program started with a brief on the day’s plan, with two speakers facilitating the entire show. I was all set to learn something new as a participant. I enjoyed the whacky energizers; they enthused passion in the room and I was impressed! Overall, I was waiting to learn more. In the back of my mind, my inner trainer was also evaluating and anticipating each move of the trainer. I thoroughly enjoyed the complete experience.
I spent the full day of learning with the trainers, but for a few others it wasn’t much of a learning experience. The trainers pulled off a good show, but not a great one.
Here are 5 reasons that make the difference between a good and a great workshop:
I did not regret being a part of the program because it gave me insights of how to take care of subtle nuances that can make or break a workshop. Happy Learning!