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Leanne Hughes from the First Time Facilitator blog reveals all of her group facilitation, training and workshop tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve the next time you step out in front of a group.Discover how you can tweak elements of your facilitation style, or incorporate new techniques to engage your audience and leave with lasting impact (and 5-star feedback). Icebreakers, leadership, group interaction, preparation, games, conflict, props, flip-charts, delivery, voice, body l ...
 
Where corporate employees turn from experts to thought leaders, to Increase market value, get more offers, more money and eventually open their own businesses. https://www.PassionPodcast.com Are you a successful corporate executive with years in your field, but feel like you need a change? Alberto Sardiñas is ready to help you go from expert to thought leader, which means becoming an authority in your field by sharing your knowledge with the world. This will increase your market value, get y ...
 
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I'm interviewing one of the world's legends today! Michael Bungay Stanier's (MBS) newest book, "How to Begin: Start Doing Something that Matters" is now available for pre-order. Find out more about Michael over at mbs.works Watch our video interview in Brisbane on YouTube Click here for show notes Michael Bungay Stanier helps people be a force for …
 
In this week's #fromthevault episode, I talk to Neen James. Neen is a sought-out, high-energy keynote speaker in the States who challenges her audiences to leverage their focus and pay attention to what matters most at work and in life. In this episode you’ll learn: How a happy little Aussie wound up killing it on stages in the US The differences b…
 
What can I say that hasn’t already been said? There’s a temptation because it’s the last show to try to share something that’s the most valuable thing, that summarises the last 200 weeks of my life. Then perspective hits and I realise, that’s nothing I can really say in “one final episode” to summarise two-hundred weeks of conversations, content cr…
 
If I were to think of two words that describe this podcast's main themes, they would be "courage" and "preparation". Preparation - so that we can feel ready to adapt to what happens in the room, a feeling of, "I/the group have got this -- Whatever happens!" Courage is about taking the opportunity, saying yes to when we feel like we're not just read…
 
This week's episode 👉: https://www.passionpodcast.com/⁣ ⁣ Donna Griffit is a Corporate Storyteller who boosts startups, works with Fortune 500 companies, and rubs elbows with investors. She's done this for 17 years and over 30 countries! But I see your raised eyebrow there - If she is all about the corporate world, how can she help us become though…
 
Something I'm pondering right now is how often our ideas are cemented in reality ("How would this actually work?") which can limit our capacity to dream big. My guest today inspires her guests to go against that inclination, and to start exploring possibilities. We often go through a live role-play on this call to see how we can bring this approach…
 
This week’s episode 👉: https://www.passionpodcast.com/ Some people fear the thought of being an entrepreneur. We daydream of being our own boss and running our own business, but we just can’t let go of our jobs still. Leslie Zann, the author of “Outrageous Achievements” that became #1 NY Times Bestseller in 20 hours, is going to tell us something m…
 
Oooh… this episode is a watershed moment. I make a big announcement. Back in episode 50, I gave the podcast microphone to my colleague and friend Sean Lavin to interview on the show, to reflect on what i’d learnt both personally and professionally from the show. It’s now 147 episodes (and weeks!) later. I think I’ve grown up a little. My perspectiv…
 
This week’s episode 👉: https://www.passionpodcast.com/ Have you ever thought of quitting your job? Do you want to transition yourself from the corporate world to self-employment? So many people are enticed by the idea of having the liberty to control their time and their lifestyles. But we all know that jumping into self-employment is never a light…
 
The magic of this podcast is that I get to connect with amazing facilitators around the world. I met today's guest through the podcast. She also lives in Brisbane and over the last couple of years we’ve hung out at various events, she's hosted some Flipchart meetups at her property and over coffees (and wine!) we've riffed off all of the topics rel…
 
This week’s episode 👉: https://www.passionpodcast.com/⁣ ⁣ “Time management is a mistake” - this is a statement that sounds strange and even polarizing to most people. It becomes twice as surprising to hear from someone already high up on the corporate ladder - Ferose V.R.⁣ ⁣ In this episode, Ferose V.R. talks about how time management is a big misc…
 
We all know relationships require ongoing maintenance, you can’t just “set and forget”. And that’s the hard part, right? Continuing conversations, staying present in each other’s lives, getting the space to reach out and reconnect with people you’ve met, and clients you’ve previously worked with. There’s no one better at connecting and staying fron…
 
This week’s episode 👉: https://www.passionpodcast.com/ If you want to become a thought leader in the future, start with defining your identity statement. It doesn’t have to be lengthy or special, it only has to be real and aligned to who you truly want to become. Let me share with you four steps to creating your identity statement! With these easy …
 
I've loved bringing out a private podcast to listeners this week! If you've missed it, listen to this episode and if you want to dive deeper, you need to jump over to bookedoutfacilitator.com to register for the show. It self destructs on 4 October. In this minisode, I share the three key ingredients to booking out your facilitation business. This …
 
This week’s episode 👉: https://www.passionpodcast.com/ If you have ever spoken to strangers by ordering food at a restaurant, paying for groceries, or doing transactions at the bank - then it means you actually have more confidence in there than you only think. What if I told you that you do not have stage fright, but you’re afraid of stage judgmen…
 
When I dropped out of corporate life three years ago, I remember trying to write social media posts, emails, even website copy and I couldn’t break out of that “be professional” way of doing things. As a result, my messages came across very vanilla and didn’t really attract anyone (let alone my dream clients!). I’m honestly still trying to break th…
 
👉 Learn more at: https://www.passionpodcast.com/⁣ ⁣ Just when you have decided to start your path to being a thought leader, there is one person whose response can either boost your way up or ruin everything and discourage you - your boss.⁣ ⁣ One of my listeners sent me a question that caught my eye - Johnny from Chicago has a twenty-year career as…
 
This week, we’re spinning our focus back onto the craft of facilitation with a guest who I so resonate with in terms of her enthusiasm for the work we do, her passion for trying different things and of course, because she throws away those powerpoint slides! Tricia Conyers from Island Inspirations is a change coach, learning experience designer, tr…
 
👉 Learn more at: https://www.passionpodcast.com/ Happiness as a goal is not a new idea. But how come so many people still struggle to find joy in their lives, especially in their workplace? No one chooses to be unhappy, but what if your current circumstances keep you from ever being happy - such as a terror boss, a toxic workplace, or a job you sim…
 
"Your facilitation business (and busy-ness) is fully integrated with your life.” My conversation this week is with Uyen Vo from Fierce Consulting. I LOVE THE WAY Uyen sees the world, considers things, and ultimately - operates. She thinks about things in an analytical way - though, not in a black and white way, I find her reflections are shared in …
 
Negotiating sounds like a very difficult thing to do, especially when you link it with kidnapping and hostaging. But how can this skill help you in your career or in any arena of your life? Chris Voss, world-renowned negotiating expert and author of “Never Split The Difference,” tells us that negotiations are relevant to your career and imperative …
 
This week I’m chatting to someone who has an extremely cool role in the university sector, in fact he works at my old university, The University of Queensland. I so wish he was in this role when I was there! Marvin Fox is the Senior Program Officer for UQ Ventures, leading the Validate pre-accelerator program and running Design Sprints for research…
 
👉 Learn more at: https://www.passionpodcast.com/ A lifetime doesn’t need a pandemic to experience rock bottom. Just as there are times of joy and success for you, there are also dark days that drag you down deeper than you think you can only bear. Everybody’s journey goes downhill at some point, but you were never meant to stay at the bottom. This …
 
I'm handing you an idea today that's worth at least $10k, and this idea applies to you whether you’re a consultant working externally, you work internally as a leader, as a director, as a Comms or L&D expert. I don’t know about you but I often sign up to online webinars, events, courses, programs, [fill in the blank here] with incredible motivation…
 
For people who don’t like their jobs, leaving might feel like the most natural thing to do. But for people like Alex Sanfilippo who absolutely loved working for the same company for 15 years, saying goodbye was not very easy. Lucky for him, he was able to realize first that the future he desired also relied on everything about his current job! Join…
 
About a year ago, I had a conversation on this podcast that completely changed the way that I viewed my facilitation business. That conversation was with today’s guest, Alan Weiss, the Rockstar of Consulting. Not only did that interview resonate with me, it resonated with many of you, so I had to invite Alan back on the show for an encore performan…
 
Where do you stand in the middle of an entire generation that’s driven by career growth, life goals, and sky-high expectations? The world has projected the picture of success as a person who has built an empire, traveled the world, and conquered every single obstacle. Because of this, we start to compare and lose interest in the things that we alre…
 
I love the metaphor that my guest today shares, when she explores how she manages group dynamics - it’s like an antenna, that you need to tune into! This week, I’m talking to the delightful Lisa Evans from Speaking Savvy, and host of the Business Chat podcast. I was using some of Lisa’s story activities before I even met her (through reading about …
 
I remember in those early days when you're called to run a workshop, or moderate a panel conversation, you feel like you need to do things "by the book". I remember my panel interviews being very pedestrian! Now I think (I hope) I've developed more confidence, and I'm willing to create some banter between panellists, and let some personality shine …
 
Deb Zahn from the Craft of Consulting is back on your First Time Facilitator airwaves this week. And even better? I’m joined by my fellow Booked Out Facilitators. We share the microphone in this episode to create an incredibly informative, helpful and awesome group masterclass if you have your own facilitation business. Collectively, we pick Deb’s …
 
The beauty of having a repeat client over many years is that you build a strong, trusting relationship. The not-so-beautiful part is the pressure we put on ourselves to create new content, experiences, and activities to keep our workshops fresh! Truett Black has worked as a trainer, speaker, and executive coach since 2005 and in this episode, he sh…
 
This week, I’m excited to introduce you to a fellow facilitator in south-east Queensland, Australia: Kate Peardon from Zenith Journey. In this conversation, I throw many questions at Kate because I’m fascinated in her experience using visuals in her work as a way to form connections, increase memory retention and even decrease anxiety (particularly…
 
This week, I’m delighted to bring you an interview with my guest, who took up an amazing opportunity, that opened up insane learning and facilitation opportunities. The example that he shares in the episode of SAYING YES is so encouraging, and I hope that after you listen, anything you’ve been unsure about, not sure that you’re really ready - well,…
 
12 months ago, there is no way I would have committed to delivering 3.5 hour virtual workshops. I thought it was virtually impossible to keep up my own energy and engagement for that length of time. This year however, I worked with a client on revamping our 3 day leadership program. We sliced it to 4 x 3.5 hour modules. I’ve been delivering these s…
 
When I ran my masterclass on booking out your workshops recently, I used a variety of tech tools to gain interaction from the live audience. I asked you to share your responses in chat, and also to jump into a tool called Slido, to ask your questions, upvote the ones you liked, share where you were joining us from, which facilitator business challe…
 
I’m excited to release today’s chat with a friend who I met through my private Show.Up community last year. We haven’t spoken in 2021 until today’s conversation and I was just amazed and proud of the progress he (and his company) has made, it’s astonishing! Today’s guest is Paul McGregor from Business Lab. He’s based in NZ and is a Collaboration Br…
 
What if landing a DREAM gig was a joyful experience? If you have your own training and facilitation business, or dreams of starting one up while you just try to survive your corporate job, today's bonus episode will provide a ton of inspiration for you. Prina Shah was brave to sign up for my little experiment, seeing if I could help others land mor…
 
Is it possible to test the emotional temperature of your virtual/workshop group? Today’s guest share her ideas, and fun ways of reinvigorating her virtual sessions. She’s an absolute rockstar and I cant wait to share her facilitation story and experiences on today’s episode. I met Nikki Bush when I was lucky enough to present a workshop for the Pro…
 
Free masterclass 16 June > Steal my Booked Out Facilitator framework to land repeatable workshop bookings This week, I'm continuing the momentum from last week's solo episode, and responding to a listener question about how to create momentum and drive word of mouth, so that you can book out more workshops. Here’s the question I received this week:…
 
Today is a solo, just in time episode, on something that I’ve probably been a bit shy in sharing. However, when I’ve been on listening tours, and spoken to you, and even now in my foundation round of my new online program, Booked Out Facilitator, it seems a common challenge I hear is that it’s really hard to decide (and then define) what you actual…
 
What I love about my conversation with today’s guest is his knack and ability for jumping in, trying things, being open for the possibilities. I think that’s an incredibly important facilitator skill and he demonstrates it, not only with the way he runs his business and facilitates workshops, but his life as well! My guest today is Jimbo Clark from…
 
Building a training business! We think we need to do all those things like cold call people, have the best one-liners, be on social media all of the time. Mark Garrett Hayes is my guest today and he shares that there are other ways you can build your training business, which doesn’t rely on what we traditionally think we should do. Mark is the foun…
 
This week, we’re talking about a topic that isn’t really talked about, and today’s guest is on a mission to change that. (A quick heads up if you’re listening, in this episode we’re talking about suicide, and how to starting a conversation if you’re worried about someone). My guest is Rose Allett, and she is the face behind Start the Conversation. …
 
After 15 years in the corporate world, our guest woke up one day feeling unfulfilled, stuck, frustrated and even guilty about her own situation. This realization came up only four months into what she had considered to be her “dream job.” She then began to meet entrepreneurs and worked in understanding their main struggle: generating sales. With he…
 
This week we’re focusing on two of my favourite things, that I mention on this podcast over and over again (aren’t you lucky!): Unpredictability and Contrast. My guest today, Johnny Quinn from Audience Alive, epitomises both. This is a masterclass episode in how to do things differently in your workshops. I’m not saying that lightly either, literal…
 
What would be the top piece of advice from a serial entrepreneur and angel investor who has been involved in the development and transfer of hands of billion-dollar companies? Aside from being exceptionally successful, our guest has focused on an usually-overlooked aspect of business: the human talent. As a co-founder of several successful companie…
 
My guest today threw a crazy stat at me in this conversation: 99% of employees want feedback, however 75% of managers don’t like giving feedback. I feel like if you could talk about some of the challenges that are faced in organisations today, you could relate it back to this one statistic. Toady we’re talking about feedback and I’m joined by Beth …
 
Today, you’ll hear from a guest with tremendous presence (and a matching tremendous voice!). We all know stories are important, but what’s the best way of eliciting those stories from our workshop participants? My guest today is David Pullan, co-founder of The Story Spotters. In this conversation, David shares pragmatic details on questions and x-f…
 
Did you ever watch the movie Jerry Maguire? Our guest is the former CEO of Leigh Steinberg’s sports and entertainment Agency, the inspiration behind this movie. In his first week at the job, he was confronted with the responsibility of closing a $900-million deal, and he did it by following his boss’ top negotiating principles. However, he once als…
 
Ooh - how’s this for a first time? It’s the first time we’ve had an L&D detective on the show and he’s here to answer the #1 question that plays on all of our (and our clients’ minds): “How can we measure the results, and the ROI of our workshops?” Known in the global learning and development (L&D) community as “the L&D detective,” Kevin M. Yates a…
 
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