What is Alchemy?

Have you ever left a workshop feeling inspired, ready and able to implement what you learned?  Alchemy is about creating that kind of impact through co-facilitation and an experiential learning approach.

Magical co-facilitation, inspired participants, deep learning – these things don’t just happen.  You can learn the tools and techniques that help you and your partner to consistently and intentionally create successful, transformative, high-impact learning experiences together – whether you are coaching, training or engaging in another type of facilitation.

You will learn facilitation skills that help your participants engage, retain learning and be inspired to use the tools and concepts you provide.

Alchemy focuses 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. You will learn how to deliver seamlessly and in-sync with your partner.

Who is this course for?

Coaches, facilitators, team leaders and business owners who want to create and deliver seamlessly and in-sync with others.

What do you get from Alchemy?

Outcomes

  • Learn to shift your attention from yourselves as individuals, to the power of your relationship.
  • Learn the strengths and edges of who you are in partnership.
  • Naturally deepen your connection and range as you lean into your relationship.
  • Learn how to create more safety, trust and permission so your relationship can really fly.
  • Walk away with tools to support and create a wise, dynamic partnership that is bold, resilient and committed to delivering value to the client.

What to expect

Apply adult learning theory and neuroscience

  • Ensure the learning sticks by setting participants up for success
  • Point participants’ attention to what you want them to learn
  • Have fluid, meaningful debriefs that cement this new learning
  • Give generous and incisive feedback

Have easy command instead of a regimented power and control style of teaching

  • Shift from focusing on your agenda to focusing on what your learners need
  • Trust yourself so you can tear up your script and respond to what’s needed in the moment
  • Create more of your intended learning by working with what’s in the room