The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be hosting the wonderful Francis Laleman.
Francis will facilitate a workshop in (roughly) two parts, and no, it doesn’t start with the why. Much rather, on the contrary. Getting off with a round of activities and conversations, deep-diving into experiments and quick fails, a certain pattern emerges - a placeholder for learning outcomes.
After this: what have we done? How did we get here? What was this for? - - and an attempt to categorize, contextualize, understand – and, perhaps, see how this pattern can serve the Agile, learning organisation.
What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?
● Discover unconventional facilitation methods for cooperative learning
● Understand how exformative learning upturns the conventional approach to education and to L&D – and delivers better results
● Peer-to-peer learning and guidance about how you too can use this approach in your work as a SM, PO, Agile coach, facilitator, teacher, trainer,
Here's some background on our amazing guest speaker for this session:
Originally a traveller and a teacher of Sanskrit and Buddhism.
A husband, father, painter, photographer, gardener, storyteller, writer, train-the-trainer, workshop facilitator.
An unconventional educationalist, working a/o with outsider art (art brut), forum theatre, conceptual art, and other forms of art-based learning.
A designer of learner experiences.
A certified Scrum Master and Scrum Product Owner.
Teaches Scrum, scrums teaching. builds communities, inspired by the Agile Movement.
Author of “Resourceful Exformation” (a book on learner experience design and facilitation) available from Amazon.
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(Previously Scaling Agile and DevOps Scotland)