Positive Action

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Lesson Description 

This final module focuses on the positive action you can take to keep improving as a workshop facilitator.  

Learning Objectives 

The objectives of this lesson are to provide you with and understanding of: 

  • What grouping is 
  • Why grouping is such an effective workshop technique 
  • Grouping techniques 
  • The importance of consistent note taking 
  • How to coach note takers 
  • Workshop anti-patterns you need to avoid 

Intended Audience 

This lesson is aimed at Scrum Masters who want to improve their individual knowledge of facilitating workshops in service to their Scrum team and their wider organization 

Prerequisites of the Certifications 

There are no specific pre-requisites to study this lesson 

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