Highlights: Darren Daily says an outside speaker is required. We don’t think so. Instead, ask questions every few minutes or say in the beginning, “I will ask four of you to explain (or summarize) one of these new techniques. Anyone can suggest improvements.”
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Regarding Darren Daily’s video “Getting Others to Listen to You” on Jan 29, 2020.
An outside expert may not be the best way to train your own team. Instead, ask questions every few minutes or say in the beginning, “I will ask four of you to explain (or summarize) one of these new techniques. Anyone can suggest improvements.” A powerful training technique is to summarize at the end, let the listeners do the summarizing. The audience will pay close attention and will remember!
Before audience participation, I often have a break long enough for attendees to think about and discuss the issues. Better yet: break into small groups to discuss one, some, or all the issues; then have a group spokesperson present their conclusions to the whole group.
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