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Facilitation Stories


Welcome to Facilitation Stories, where we discover how facilitators ended up in the profession, and how facilitation methods, principles and techniques are used more widely. Brought to you by the England and Wales chapter of the IAF. For more information on our chapter, visit www.iaf-world.org/site/chapters/england-wales

Jan 20, 2020

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In this episode, we hear from our IAF England & Wales Meetup organisers, and attendees! Plus, an impromptu conversation with a new-ish IAF England & Wales member. 

You can find links to all of our meetups here: We hear from a multitude of voices: https://www.iaf-world.org/site/chapters/england-wales

First, we hear from Anish Hindocha, sharing what he got from the first meetup he attended. 

We hear from Nicola Morris, Martin Gilbraith and Adrian Ashton, and messages from Amanda Stott and Joyce Matthews, about the meetups they host and why they host them. 

We hear from attendees to the meetups. Rose Beauchamp tells us what happened at the last Bristol meetup, and we hear from participants at our last online coffee meetup.

We end with a 12 minute conversation with Anish Hindocha, who's recently set up jigsawconsulting.co.uk and even more recently joined Twitter as @hindocha_anish!

Thank you to everyone who took part! 

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Connect also on twitter with @NicolaJMorris, @MartinGilbraith, @AdrianAshton2, @FacilitateThis (Amanda Stott), @JoyceMatthews_, @Penny_Walker_SD.

Get in touch via email podcast@iaf-englandwales.org - Send us some text, or even an mp3 audio! Find out more about us over at the EnglandWales page on https://www.iaf-world.org/site/chapters/england-wales