A space for facilitators to meet each month online to experiment, learn, share + exchange.
This month: let's talk about imposter syndrome
In this edition of #FacLab, we are fortunate to be joined by the inimitable Adrian Ashton, who in addition to his work as a facilitator and workshop leader, is the author of a brand new book entitled "Loving your doubt: Why everything we think we understand and know about Imposter Syndrome is (probably) wrong."
Join us for what is sure to be a lively session"
About Adrian: Adrian is an untypical enterprise consultant, helping people and organisations deal with uncertainty. He is a respected authority on social enterprises and works with both grassroots organisations and on national projects where his knowledge, insight and impact have garnered international recognition.
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The pandemic opened up a whole new world for facilitators to network across timezones, borders and cultures, and we want to keep this going online.
#FacLab (or The Facilitators’ Laboratory – a bit long, we agree!) is a space where we’ll:
Introduce and new and interesting tools, methods and processes
Share experiences with groups – we’ll talk about online, hybrid, specific facilitation methods (ORID, ToP, art of hosting, liberating structures, and many more!)
Invite folks to demo cool things – either related to facilitation OR to the business of being a facilitator
Have discussions around topics suggested by participants
If you come along, you’ll get to help us choose the direction of our meetings, so get involved and tap into the power of the collective brain!!
We meet once a month, on a Wednesday, and we try to time meetings to make it possible for folks in many different timezones to come along.
#FacLab is organised by Suzanne Whitby, a facilitator, trainer and workshop designer who loves being able to create spaces for fellow facilitators to gather. Because once you gather, the possibilities are endless! She helps businesses understand, problem solve and think strategically about today's sustainability challenges, equips scientists and academics with the skills they need to share their work, and runs climate awareness workshops.