ALCHEMY: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF CO-FACILITATION
Based on the ORSC model, Alchemy is a three-day course designed for pairs that: co-facilitate, co-train, co-present or co-coach.
Have you ever left a workshop feeling uplifted and inspired? How about ready, able and excited to implement what you have learned? Creating that kind of impact is what Alchemy is all about.
Magical co-facilitation doesn't just happen. But knowing how to mix science and systems theory with verve and vitality gives you and your partner the power to create and deliver great programs together.
Alchemy is for facilitators who want to "up their game." You will incorporate the latest from systems and adult learning theories plus tips from neuroscience into your repertoire. And you will learn how to deliver seamlessly and in-sync with your partner.
The focus is on co-delivery. The dynamic of two people facilitating well together creates a deep connection with participants and a sense of energy and safety that support learning that sticks.
Watch as two Alchemy graduates share the impact of this powerful program
Create chemistry with your co-facilitator
Master your impact on participants and their learning
Apply adult learning theory and neuroscience
Have easy command instead of a regimented power and control style of teaching
“This course deeply explores the concept of The Third Entity™ as coach, and allowed us to enhance our understanding of what makes a successful facilitator a powerful co-leader.
We’ve been coaching partners for years and the Alchemy course has brought our partnership to a new level. We highly recommend it to anyone who is called upon to work in tandem with another professional to lead, train, coach, counsel or facilitate.”
Shekinah Shepherd CPCC, ORSCC and
Mike Dorman CPCC
$1,399 USD per person
if registering as a pair
$1,499 USD per person
for single registration
Length: Three (3) Full Consecutive Days
North American Dates and Locations
This three-day workshop is for trainers and coaches who want to learn truly great facilitation techniques. You will learn many new tools and concepts, you will have plenty of opportunity to practice and you will receive discerning, constructive feedback from course leaders and participants. Although the emphasis is on co-delivery, your solo facilitation will also be transformed.