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As the workforce ages and younger trainers and managers emerge, facilitation skills take on a new importance and, with the increased use of social networks, new facilitation skills are needed. Written by two facilitation gurus, this audiobook shows how to make any learning environment come alive. It outlines proven guidelines any trainer can use to unify groups, inspire creativity, and get audiences, teams, and colleagues to speak up, talk back, participate, and engage in meetings.

©2013 Cyndi Maxey and Kevin E. O’Connor (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • 12-24-20

Great content

Some great ideas and techniques.
Appendix useful, but probably more so in physical book.
I found the narration slightly hard to follow at times, but this could be a personal preference.