Facilitator Masterclass Training 10
“Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with shades of deeper meaning.” — Maya Angelou
How To Run A Debrief
Description: In this training you will learn how to change the hearts and minds of your participants during the “Debrief”, perhaps the most important part of your transformational workshop or training. You’ll learn how to use basic and advanced reframes to take a participant from almost any starting point to a powerful breakthrough. Once you master this toolset, you’ll look forward to dissenting opinions and challengers in your workshops and trainings, because they will give you a chance to demonstrate your ability to have transformational dialog.
The key to getting value from any endeavor resides in your willingness to integrate what you are learning and implement it in your life. All new thought and new ideas are useless unless we act upon them. The same is true in this course.
If your goal is to be the kind of person that catalyzes change for others it will require you to step just outside of what’s known and what’s comfortable to act as you breathe and accept the challenges that lie before you.
“You can’t cross a sea by merely staring into the water.” — Rabindranath Tagore
As you begin to create your content for a group facilitated experience, you’ll need to begin with determining which clear story you plan on presenting and then adding engaging and transformational elements to that clear story. Complete the exercises below to create your content for a group facilitation. If you are using RECODE content to become a RECODE FACILITATOR then much of this work is done for you and it’s a matter of learning and practicing it. You’ll find that information in the RECODE WORKBOOK.
Please note as a professional if you end up using our RECODE content in your non RECODE events please attribute us and this program. Do not replicate our material without attribution.
1) Reframe Exercise: Think about an area of your life where you feel frustration. Write down a short paragraph describing your experience. Now circle all the words and phrases that seem “fixed” or “solid” (good or bad). Pay special attention to words like “all” “never” “none” and “always”. Also notice definitions, and phrases like “this is ____” or “that is not ____”.
Now, removing yourself from the situation as much as you can, go to work on writing down reframes for each of the words and phrases that you circled.
Reflections exercises are one or more questions that we’d like you to be in deep consideration of for the entire week. These are meant to be shared with your family, friends, and community so that they can offer you a more complete 360 view of yourself, your identity, and your reality.
Everyone has blind spots. These are areas where we are less developed that are outside our view. Getting reflections will point out things that you might not ever know yourself.
In addition, the more you consider these reflection questions the more likely you’ll be able to break through your current level of thinking and use the exercises to leap frog into a new level of consciousness.
Here is this weeks self reflection question.
1) Think about a situation where you don’t have what you want. How has the way you have “framed” yourself and others in that situation determined your experience?
2) Think about a situation where you had exactly the experience you want. How has the way you’ve “framed” yourself and others in that situation determined your experience?
What do you notice about the difference in framing? What happens when you apply the same kind of framing from the second situation to the first situation?
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