Ever kick off a group meeting to unveil an exciting, new product and, then, find yourself unexpectedly providing an in-depth product tutorial OR dodging technical questions?… Your audience probably had different expectations.
Most use the term “facilitating” loosely, but facilitating a group is different from training a group. And, training a group is different from presenting to them. Participants in these settings expect different results and become frustrated when the session falls short of their expectations. You have the power to better set the expectations – with the right approach.
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