Monthly Archives: October 2016

Creating New Story Lines for Low Course Elements

Creating New Story Lines for Low Course Elements Recently I was asked by an organization that has several Low Ropes Course Elements for help in creating new story lines for their elements. They have used the same stories over and over again for years and want to breathe some new life into their existing course. […]

Tips for Trainers – An Interview on Facilitation!

An Interview on Facilitation! Last week I was interviewed by Meg Bolger and Sam Killerman of Facilitating XYZ. It was a fun hour full of great questions about facilitation. We talked about how I got my start, some of my favorite facilitation tricks, tips on getting the most out of experiential conferences and much, much […]

Tips for Trainers – Action and Reflection

Action and Reflection Do most of your debriefing sessions happen in a seated position? Traditionally processing has involved sitting a group of participants down in a circle after an activity and having the facilitator ask participants questions regarding their reactions to experience. Though this activity can be effective, it can be tiresome for everyone involved […]