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We promote and support the growth of professional Scrum. Scrum Facilitators helps the professional Scrum facilitators in their journey. In the podcast we discuss ideas, lessons and tools that can be helpful for Scrum Masters, Product Owners and Developers. Bringing forward ideas by interesting people from the community and our larger network.
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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 ...
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This podcast explores the tools and stories of great speakers, facilitators, and makers of meaningful, transformational experiences. HOWEVER this is being temporarily repurposed to share our wedding story!
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Welcome to the Alternative Living Podcast. Where amazing ideas are talked about and your standard of living are put into questions. Or in other words; how to add more life to your life! ...Still not clear? Well; it's normal; it's kind of a new thing, maybe the future of things... I beleive that everybody has the potential to change his life; spend less money on superficial "wants" and actually have the chance to work more at something that is a pationnate "need" for them. ---Cover art photo ...
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Have you struggled with changing your body? Haven�'t you always known that changing your body should be easier? What if it wasn�'t about dominating or forcing your body with the latest fads or exercises? What if it was as simple as making friends with your body and removing the energetic blocks that keep you from changing both your body and your life? Donnielle Carter www.Donnielle.com https://www.accessconsciousness.com/donnielle
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Oregon, with its pioneering approach to psilocybin legalization, provides the perfect backdrop for our exploration. We'll examine the state's regulatory framework and how it's shaping the future of psilocybin therapy, shedding light on the unique opportunities and challenges faced by the community of facilitators, therapists, and seekers alike. Through heartfelt interviews and thought-provoking discussions, "How to Become a Psilocybin Facilitator" aims to demystify the process of how to beco ...
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In the cosy studio of André I have beautiful conversations with special persons. Apparently a certain insight, perspective or thought was the compelling reason for the rendezvous. Communication, contact and culture often emerge during the conversation. How to facilitate a group, how to involve people, how to make an impact for sustainable change, are not simple to-do-lists. These questions challenge us to explicit our personal beliefs and ways of working. That is why we have a conversation. ...
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In this experimental episode of the Scrum Facilitators Community podcast, Sjoerd Kranendonk reads “It’s actually OK to be a Scrum Purist, and this is why!” by fellow Scrum Facilitator Chee-Hong Hsia. The article explores the concept of being a Scrum purist, and after reading it, Sjoerd adds some of his own thoughts. The article starts off by addres…
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In this episode, Sjoerd Kranendonk and Maaike Klasen delve into the nuanced world of coaching within agile frameworks. They discuss the importance of contracting for coaching sessions and the distinctions between general coaching, professional coaching, and Agile coaching. Emphasizing the emotional dynamics within teams, they explore the complexiti…
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In this episode, host Leanne Hughes provides an update on her activities as a solopreneur and content creator, sharing insights from her recent experiences and projects. She provides an update on her book, some of the work she's delivered this year, including a recent innovative conference presentation focused on flexibility. She also shares upcomi…
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In the latest Scrum Facilitators Community podcast, host Sjoerd Kranendonk and guest Anita Kalmane-Boot discuss the importance of neurodiversity in teams. Anita shares insights on recognizing and leveraging the strengths of neurodivergent team members, and emphasizes the benefits for all team members in creating an inclusive and understanding work …
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Are you currently running workshops, generating ace ideas, have some cool toolsup your sleeve? Maybe you should turn all of that great stuff into a book! If you're curious how to do that, you'll love today's conversation with fellow first-time authors and Brisbane business owners, Mel Loy and Jade Miller. Both Jade and Mel are experienced workshop …
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Watch our conversation on YouTube. Alan Weiss returns to the podcast this week, for the third time, to (metaphorically) poke me in the eye again. In this conversation, we riff on: Speedy workshop design How Alan turns an idea into an offer almost immediately How consultants need to focus on helping their clients innovate, and fail fast How consulta…
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Today, I'm joined by Lisa Leong, a broadcaster, author, and facilitator. Watch us chat on YouTube. Her superpowers, which you'll hear very clearly in this episode, are curiosity and creativity. She's a former IP, technology, and wine lawyer—yes, that's actually a thing. She caught the radio bug in 2001, which is exactly why I brought her on the sho…
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In the First Time Facilitator podcast, host Leanne Hughes introduces guest Sally Prosser, a voice and confidence coach. We riff on the concept of 'breveloquence', a portmanteau of brevity and eloquence, and how they aim to develop and use this tool in verbal and written forms. We also take you behind the scenes of our new workshop called Get to the…
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In this episode, James meets with Evacheska deAngelis a Psycho-Spiritual Guide, and founder of founder of Temple Sotto Luce. They delve into a conversation about the impact the psychedelic movement has had on music, culture and fashion as well as her experience with psychedelic healing including her experience training at the Ayahuasca Foundation. …
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In today's conversation, Phil Woods from Catalyst Strategy shares his journey from a legal career to becoming an independent strategy and team development consultant. Watch our conversation on YouTube. Phil outlines how he uses frameworks to guide organisations through transformation, draws on his command and activator strengths for maximum impact,…
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Tune in to discover how to design fast and deliver strong without the stress...using Chat GPT! In this episode, host Leanne Hughes discusses five ways she uses chat GPT to improve and enhance her workshop experiences and delivery. She shares examples of how she uses Chat GPT for image creation, generating questions, creating case studies, generatin…
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Richard Miller shares how the foundation of his journey in clinical psychology, led to his interest in psilocybin and eventually led him to become an advisor at Changa. Richard highlights the unique privilege of individuals who are now fully certified facilitators – being some of the first and only in the USA. However, whilst he praises development…
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Being friends Colin Skelton and Yuen Yen continue their conversation on play and physicality in the working contexts. A playful mind and the human body are always within our reach. But our rational thinking forgets or ignores them regularly. Both friends think connecting again with our human playfulness and physicality, is an important future skill…
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Leanne Hughes’ 2023 Annual Report podcast/video episode, where I share my favourite UNOFFICIAL business metrics, and quarter by quarter highlights/lessons learnt. Some of my unofficial metrics include: 📈 # of countries visited 📈 Clients I loved partnering with 📈 New topics explored 📈 Messages about the book and its impact 📈 How often did I wake up,…
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In this episode, we meet with Willy T, one of the first people to complete the Psilocybin Facilitator training at the Changa Institute; now founder at TripzOregon and head of the Psilocybin Facilitators Association. He discusses his own personal experiences with psilocybin including the importance of having a facilitator within psilocybin trips as …
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Watch our conversation on YouTube! My experience with luck has been, you can actually optimize for luck. So, what is this got to do with workshops and facilitation and hosting group events? I think it has a lot to do with it. If your goal is next year to create more workshops, to work with really great clients, to be more aligned with the work that…
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How do you personally POWER YOURSELF UP to host a workshop when you're sleep deprived? That's the topic Leanne riffs off in this solo episode, where she shares ideas on: * * Insights from her personal story on powering up after facing challenges like jet lag and disrupted routines. * How personal energy significantly impacts workshop facilitation a…
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Welcome back to another episode with your host, Leanne Hughes. I received a listener question from my friend, Juraj Holub and thought I'd share my thoughts on the show. Here's the question: I'm thinking about the flow of a session. Let me share more details. Goal: I'd like the workshop participants to practice and learn "how to open a presentation.…
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In this episode, we meet with Jeanette Small, a psychiatrist with a breadth of clinical experience providing crisis response, counselling and psychotherapy to a variety of populations and founder of the Psilocybin Services, Lucid Cradle. Being one of the first people to become a licensed facilitator via the Changa Training Program, Jeanette talks a…
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What does it mean to truly have the character of a leader? Is culture really something we can influence in an organisation? Watch our conversation on YouTube! Shane Hatton is an author, trainer, coach, and speaker who is passionate about developing remarkable leaders and cultures. He works with organizations to close the leadership gap between mid …
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Welcome to another episode of the First Time Facilitator podcast, where your host, Leanne Hughes, goes solo, diving deep into the Keep section of the SPARK framework, a crucial element of her book, "The Two Hour Workshop Blueprint," now available on Audible. Key Takeaways: Continuous Improvement: Learn about the importance of reflecting on what wor…
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Can you use space to create contrast, even in a virtual call? Today’s guest proves that you can! We have an absolute world-leader in the field of nonverbal communication joining us on the show this week, Michael Grinder. Michael has over 40 years of experience training thousands of groups. Known as the pioneer of nonverbal communication, Michael he…
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