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Facilitator's Association short course program

Facilitator's Association short course program

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  • 1. ANF Short Course
  • 2. How do you like your steak?
    • Duration
    • Breaks
    • Style
    • Exercises
    • Ground rules
    • Questions?
  • 3. Tea Time Mime preparing tea
  • 4. Hand Gestures Let your hands do the talking
  • 5. Introduction WIIFM?
    • Share ideas
    • Share techniques
    • Share experiences
  • 6. Topics
    • Flip Chart or Screen
    • Psychology
    • When In Excess?
    • Caution!
    • Trends
    • Now What?
    • Famous Gestures
    • Advanced Stuff?
    • Famous Speakers
    • Why Gesture?
    • Misconceptions
    • Learning Gestures
    • Types of Gestures
    • Lead with Gestures
    • Neutral Position
    • Variety
    • Natural
    • Culture
  • 7. Why Gesture?
    • Communicate
    • Captivate
    • Manage Energy
    • Help Thinking
  • 8. Misconceptions
    • Be serious
    • Plan gestures
    • Only when seen
  • 9. Learning Gestures
    • Experiment
    • Practice
    • Become Fluent
    • Make Unconscious
  • 10. Types of Gestures
    • Emphatic
    • Descriptive
    • Locative
    • Creative
  • 11. Lead with Gestures
    • Desired Reaction?
    • Simulate
  • 12. Neutral Position
    • Neutral
    • Gesture
    • Neutral
    • Gesture
    Neutral Neutral
  • 13. Variety
    • Right hand only
    • Both hands
    • Left hand only
    Alternating hands
  • 14. Natural
    • Known
    • Smooth
    • Proportional
    • Well defined
  • 15. Culture Be Sensitive! Rude Normal Culture B Culture A
  • 16. Culture Be Sensitive! Rude Normal Culture B Culture A
  • 17. Flip Chart or Screen
    • Turn
    • Touch
    • Turn
    • Talk
    Hand closest to screen
  • 18. Psychology
    • Hidden
    • Crossed
    • Open
    • Simulate
  • 19. When In Excess?
    • Speed
    • Size
    • Repetition
    • Mismatch
    Focus on quality not quantity
  • 20. Caution!
    • Both hands in pockets
    • Both hands on hips
    • Carrying objects
    • Too long in one position
    • Gripping podium
    • Hand over crotch
    • Stern father finger
    • Idiosyncrasies
  • 21. Trends
  • 22. Trends
  • 23. Now what?
    • Observe
    • Video delivery
    • Add a gesture each week
  • 24. Famous Gestures “ My name is John Kerry and I’m… (salute) reporting for duty”
  • 25. Advanced Stuff?
    • Gesture idea not word
    • Link idea to object/action
    • Capture essence/point
    • Use hands to simulate
    • Be deliberate
    • Be economical
    • Allow message to sink in
    • Observe feedback
  • 26. Advanced Stuff?
    • Noise is unrelated gesture
    • Noise diverts attention
    • Noise diminishes gestures
    • Aim for zero noise
  • 27. Advanced Stuff?
    • Use audience’s perspective
    • Deliver with empathy
    • Focus on aspects that words do not express best
    • Simplify and amplify
    • Relax body parts not in use
  • 28. Famous Speakers
  • 29. Famous Speakers – Props
  • 30. Famous Speakers – More Props
  • 31. Your Choice
  • 32. Some Italian Hand Gestures
  • 33. Some Italian Hand Gestures
  • 34. Summary Become fluent in hand talk
    • Build your vocabulary
    • Become a natural
    • Erase noise
    Make every gesture count
  • 35. Last but not least