Posted on July 15th, 2009
by Sacha Chua
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Providing consulting services in strategy workshops is a crash course in facilitation and presentation skills. Looking at the presentations and techniques that people have developed is awe-inspiring. The people I work with don't do death by bullet point. They're good at research and thought leadership, infographics and design, Post-It notes and presentations. Me, I rummage through my brain to try to as much value as I can with what I've read and learned about Generation Y, Web 2.0, and other topics, and I hope someday to figure out how to do things even better than the way people around me do. =)
If I think of the travel as just a really long commute, it's not that bad. I miss W-, the cats, the garden, and so on, but I'm too busy to feel too lost. I don't want to do this all the time because I like having a rich relationship with plenty of in-jokes, but short sprints should be fine. I'm learning tons about facilitation and presentation that I wouldn't be able to learn on my own.
I'm nearing the end of my super-busy sprint, and I'll have some time to get things sorted out, prepare, and make future workshops run even better.