Participant Introductions & Workshop Objectives. IL Strategy Workshop Day 1 Session 0. This Session’s Objectives. Allow everyone to meet Give people an ‘early’ opportunity to talk Model an ice-breaker Set expectations – pilot workshop Encourage co-construction / participation.
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Participant Introductions & Workshop Objectives IL Strategy WorkshopDay 1 Session 0
This Session’s Objectives • Allow everyone to meet • Give people an ‘early’ opportunity to talk • Model an ice-breaker • Set expectations – pilot workshop • Encourage co-construction / participation
Please could you tell us: • Your name • Your organisation and job • One thing you like to do in your spare time • Organise yourselves A-Z
Question • ‘Ideally’, when you should you get participants talking in a workshop? Within the first… • 3 mins • 7 mins • 10 mins • 15 mins
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Session Objectives • To introduce format of training • To understand participants’ aims • Clarify what will and won’t be covered • To formulate ground rules • To deal with any housekeeping issues
Workshop Objectives By the end of the workshop, participants will have: • Learned how to undertake a strategic planning process, and know the activities related to the strategic planning cycle • Been introduced to an Outcome Mapping approach to planning • Learned how to undertake an analysis of their context and stakeholders • Drafted an initial action plan for engaging effectively with stakeholders in their institution, and wider afield • Learned how to monitor progress, and considered methods for gathering evidence • Developed a communication plan for their stakeholder community
Workshop Outcomes By the end of this programme, you will: • Know how to undertake a strategic planning process, and know the activities related to strategic planning cycle • Know the stages of the Outcome Mapping approach to planning • Know how to undertake an analysis of your context and stakeholders • Created an initial action plan for engaging effectively with stakeholders in your institution, and wider afield • Know how to monitor progress, and considered methods for gathering evidence • Developed a communication plan for your stakeholder community
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