Explore the potential of online creative facilitation with Creative Producer and coach, Sarah Longfield during this two-hour interactive workshop. This workshop is for people who are facilitating online or are keen to do so. Creativity is inherent in all facilitation, but this workshop is particularly useful for people who have, or wish to establish, a creative facilitation practice.
We’ll spend two hours, unpicking the tenets of excellent creative facilitation and how that needs adaptation/strengthening/rebellion for it to work well online. The workshop will be interactive, participatory, involve storytelling and ideas. You will leave feeling fired up to explore the edges of what’s possible and try new things.
- To provide participants with ideas, energy and optimism about working creatively in a virtual space
- Through group coaching methods, explore the barriers and limiting beliefs that might be holding creative flow back
- To give participants a kick up the ass to extend, deepen and improve their participatory creative practice
- To have fun and laugh lots, whilst learning, challenging and developing Logistics
Sarah Longfield, Creative Producer and Coach
Sarah Longfield is a Creative Producer and Life Coach. She has a background in theatre, having led Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre for 12 years. She is also a cultural entrepreneur, developing a series of creative social enterprises. You can find out more (and have a good nosy) at www.sarahlongfield.co.uk
Connect with Sarah at the Creative Entrepreneurs’ Club