Facilitation methods and techniques 🙋🏻
I used to volunteer for Erasmus student network and mentor foreign students in Vilnius. That experience brought a lot of great things to me. During that time I started to organize mentors, have bigger meetings and deliver workshops.
I wanted to present a technique to plan a meeting/workshop that I still remember. It is called NAOMIE that is why it is so easy to remember it 😅
Whole great explanation of this technique is down below taken from OBESSU Toolbox.
My two cents here - imagine if a responsible person would come to any work meeting, brainstorm or planning session prepared like this 😍 would meetings be more or less productive?
Great preparation requires time and sometimes people do not understanding value of preparation and importance of planning, so I am still doubting how to use such knowledge in real life (or work) situations ✌️
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How many of you can do 8 hours of work for an employer 5 days a week? And how many of you can comfortably do 8 hours of productive work for YOURSELF for 5 days on a week off?
In my opinion, the ability to self-motivate and self-implement work over large timescales will be a key skill in future of working from home, working remotely, or self employment.
However this is something most people are not good at, because it is not a taught skill
In my opinion, teaching this throughout child development is essential, starting as young as possible. But what might this look like for a 4 year old?
One idea is to have a set goal (for example a tidy house) and by a certain time the house must be up to standard. So the child gets the hang of tidying and cleaning to this deadline each day, and eventually can practice doing it themselves with no input from a parent.
This would set up the thought processes, behaviours and habits that could be nurtured into a more specific productivity-based goal as the child reached 7 or 8 and is able to work towards more abstract concepts than a tidy house
What do you think? Would this be useful or developing the ability to self motivate and be productive as an adult? Let me know your thoughts!