Updated: Mar 23
“…The earlier you find comfortable with each other, the better to your learning…”
I learnt great things from my co-facilitator in Malaysia (in fact, not just in the Malaysia workshop. I always learnt from co-facilitators…) I started the workshop and things seemed alright. But once my co-facilitator continued from my part, I realised that I missed something basic but important. My co-facilitator basically took a seat (a relaxed post) and asked ‘The earlier you find comfortable with each other, the better to your learning. Who know some of the others before this workshop?’ They then started to introduce each other. Somehow he made the dialogue looked rather unstructured. But it was also casual and engaging. It made the group atmosphere more ‘human’.