- Keynotes & Playshops
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- Why Vince?
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Vince’s Keynotes and Playshops have a balance of HA HA’s and AH HA’s ~ Laughter and Learning! Participants enjoy many creative activities, inspirational and funny stories, and intimate conversations while gaining practical tools and insight on ways to improve their work and life. Vince regularly receives feedback that his events are unique, both in terms of what participants learn, and how they learn it. Participants walk away feeling connected with one another and inspired to put their learning into practice.
Here are a few reasons to hire Vince:
Experiential Learning: Keynotes and Playshops are delivered using fun and interactive activities based in self and group awareness, open discussions, movement, storytelling, art, music and more. Learning is an embodied experience, remembered at a cellular level.
Custom Designed: Vince’s events are custom designed for your organization and conference. He takes time to research your organization’s culture, needs and challenges, or conference theme, through private meetings. He then tailors his design accordingly.
Application: For each activity Vince leads, he spends time debriefing the learning. He does so with three purposes: One, to explore the participants learning. Two, to deepen their connection to themselves and each other. Three, to find practical applications for the learning both in work and life.
Specific & Practical: Vince breaks the learning down into specific and practical skill sets. Examples may include levels of listening, types of engaging questions, empowering ways to ask for what you want, creative ways to conduct a meeting, and team agreements. Learning is not enough if it’s just general theory. For it to be used it must be something individuals can grab onto.
Holistic Learning: Participants enjoy that their learning is not only applicable to their work life, but to their personal life as well. They feel inspired to take their learning back home and practice it with their children, husband, wife and extended family.
Handouts: Vince gives a comprehensive summary of notes in his handouts. Specific skill sets and theory are laid out, along with suggestions for applying the learning.
Safety: Vince takes time to design a safe container for learning. Agreements are made on what attitudes and behaviours will serve the participants to take risks, remain open and stay curious throughout the playshop.
Co-Activity: Vince believes strongly in a Co-Active learning model whereby the participants are seen as teachers as much as he is. Everyone, in a sense, is at the front of the room. He sees his participants as naturally creative, resourceful and whole, and regularly asks participants for their input and ideas so learning comes from within, not just from him! He also senses the room’s needs in any given moment and will adjust his plan accordingly. When learning is created from all participants, the room is most empowered.