Three ideas for your next face-to-face learning

Open Space Technology allows participants to set their own agendas, organize their working teams, and raise issues they want to raise, in the way they want to raise them.

Speed geeking allows your conference audience to get through more sessions than usual, and to get exposed to many different ideas.

Triopticon is a sense-making ritual where roles, structure, and sequence play a vital part in trying to approach a topic from many points of view.

We've gone from business as usual to being on mute for several years. Many of us are coming back to face-to-face interaction. Nobody said you'd have to go back to what the faces were doing before.

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