The sooner you manage to release the enthusiasm in the room to actually create something the better.
Set tasks when planning your training that allow people to work in small groups of two or three people so those less extrovert or with less confidence can still find their voice.
Video the performances and give immediate feedback, also allowing the particants themselves to provide their throughts.
Questions like: “What really worked well?” or directly to the participant “What would you do differently?” are good ways to invite feedback. Be positive, keep the energy high.
The above was taken from a one-day presenting skills training course.
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