Enhance your skills in the focused conversation method of facilitation, ORID, established by the Institute of Cultural Affairs. The ORID framework structures sessions with progressive levels of questions—starting with Objective questions to establish relevant facts, followed by Reflective questions to explore the emotional impact of the topic, then Interpretive questions to surface connections, insights and learning, and concluding with Decisional questions to settle on concrete next steps. This workshop is delivered in two parts, the class and the lab. After successfully completing the class, participants will independently prepare a professionally-relevant session design and get personalized feedback during the lab. Designed primarily for people who have already taken an introductory course in ORID-style facilitation and want to increase their competence in presentation and facilitation.
Part 1 is the classroom component. This workshop also includes Part 2, the lab, on May 11.