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MOD Wellington

Design & Facilitation Masterclass

Price

$1900 NZD + BF

$1900 NZD + BF

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MOD Wellington

Design & Facilitation Masterclass

Date and Time

Mon 11th Nov 2019, 8:30 am - Tue 12th Nov 2019, 5:00 pm

Location

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Event description

Designing for and facilitating effective collaboration has now become a key organisational skill. It is critical for effective problem-solving, driving higher team engagement and simply getting better outcomes faster. Openfield Institute have developed a 2-day Collaborative Design Masterclass to help you develop these skills and embed them in your everyday practice.

The course is designed as an intensive 2-day, experiential deep dive into the world of collaboration design and facilitation.

Openfield will focus in particular on:
- Sponsor engagement: scoping, framing, setting context.
- Art of questioning: asking the right questions at the right time and in the right way to drive clarity and focus.
 - Models: exploring how to use models to support co-design
 - Facilitation: exploring how the co-design process can inform your posture, language and choices at the front of the room
 - Post-event: co-designing for outcomes and extending the intent back into the day-to-day life of the organisation
 - Experience design: Creating the holistic conditions for the journey to be engaging and productive for your sponsors and participants

At each stage, we will include the use of tools, models, frameworks and real-life stories to deepen the learning. The course will build on Design Thinking and MG Taylor methodologies and will be structured around our field guide to design & facilitation: Collaboration by Design.

This masterclass is facilitated by: Philippe Coullomb and Sandra Daniel. 

Who's it for?

Humans who facilitate or design workshops, who own or operate innovation hubs and who want to embed design thinking in their practice.

The Mindset Shift

The masterclass will cover the journey from initial contact with a client (internal or external) through to post-event activity. You will unpack the co-design process in a series of clearly defined steps including exploration and understanding of the context and problem, crystallisation of and alignment on objectives, outcomes and scope, development of a design for the session and eventually an agenda.

This will include the use of tools, models, frameworks and real-life stories to deepen the learning. The course will build on Design Thinking and MG Taylor methodologies and will be structured around our field guide to design & facilitation: Collaboration by Design.

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