Imagination Club workshop “How to deliver an awesome workshop at the Imagination Club or anywhere”

Facilitated by: Jeffrey Baumgartner

If you want to learn the secrets to running an awesome workshop, join us for an Imagination Club session that will enable you to do just that. Whether you have never run a workshop in your life or you are a professional trainer wanting to hone your already considerable skills, this event is for you.

A number of our members have asked for advice and tips on presenting workshops at the Brussels Imagination Club. So, after much thought, intense discussion and perhaps a beer or two, Andy and Jeffrey decided to take a break from our usual strict rule that Imagination Club workshops should be experimental in nature. Instead, on this occasion only, Jeffrey will share his experiences and knowledge on how to run awesome workshops. The focus will be on Imagination Club workshops, of course, but the things you learn will be applicable to workshops delivered anywhere.

About Jeffrey
Jeffrey is an internationally respected expert and author on creativity who has delivered workshops, keynote speeches and motivational speeches to conferences, companies, non-profits and governments around the world, from cutting edge pharmaceutical companies in the US to governments and conglomerates in the Mideast. He is also the co-founder and co-organiser of the Brussels Imagination Club.

His latest book is Anticonventional Thinking – the Creative Alternative to Brainstorming.

Jeffrey’s latest project is AwesomeYou.Be − a resource on life-change and self-improvement after 40.

Wednesday 14th October 2015
18:-40 – 20:30

More Details:
http://www.imaginationclub.org/brussels/event20151014.php

Where:
TIMESMORE (Previously VIP Offices)
Boulevard St Michel 47
1040 Brussels

Check out the Facebook group for more details: https://www.facebook.com/groups/imaginationclubbrussels/

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Imagination Club Workshop on: “Being Wise Together”

Facilitated by: Frans Nijs and Anita Sheehan

Have you ever struggled with a question that was yours to solve, but which that affected more than just yourself? Try as you might, you could not come up with a satisfactory answer?

We have all been there at some point, but there is hope, because one way of working through such questions, when you find yourself unable to go it alone, is to create an environment where you can draw from the experience and the wisdom of a larger group. One such tried and tested way is a technique called the “World Café”.

Of course, the best way to understand the World Café concept is to experience it. So, we’ve set it up for you! Frans Nijs and Anita Sheehan will guide you through the World Café approach and help you uncover the mysteries of how to integrate the insights of people from various backgrounds and cultures to create a better world to live in.

You are invited to learn about this collective intelligence method and to discover “the Magic in the Middle.”

About Frans
Frans Nijs is a practitioner of the Art of Hosting, writer, philosopher, cyclist and civil servant (not necessarily in this order of importance).

About Anita
Anita likes nothing better than bringing out the best in individuals and organizations. In her experience, collective intelligence practices, including the World Café, are excellent tools to ensure that people are fully engaged in the dynamics of an organization and thus happier to contribute with all their talents, capacities and passion.

Wednesday 28th October 2015
18:-40 – 20:30

More Details:
http://www.imaginationclub.org/brussels/event20151028.php
Where:
TIMESMORE (Previously VIP Offices)
Boulevard St Michel 47
1040 Brussels

Check out the Facebook Group for more details:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/imaginationclubbrussels/

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