Many of us dislike brainstorms as they don’t seem an easy or effective way to generate ideas or get fresh answers to issues. The problem is though we approach them poorly. When run well, brainstorms can be a great way to gather a diverse range of options and ideas.

In this session, we will teach you the art of facilitation to help you draw the best ideas and solutions from groups.

“The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas.”
- Linus Pauling


  • The role of a facilitator
  • When to have brainstorms
  • How to structure sessions
  • Establishing a clear purpose
  • Practical tools and exercises you can use
  • Additional helpful resources


  1. Ability to create and maintain a conducive environment for productive group discussions and decision-making.

  2. Facilitation methods and tools to streamline meetings, workshops, and problem-solving sessions.

  3. Skills to guide groups towards consensus-building and actionable outcomes through structured facilitation processes.

Our Methodology

  • Bite-Sized

    Our sessions are short, focused and easy to make time for.

  • Interactive

    Our training style is unique and we don’t use PowerPoint. We understand that when the mind has to work, the learning sticks.

  • Evidence-Based

    Our work is backed up by evidence from psychology, behavioural economics and neuroscience.

  • Effective

    With a focus on sharing practical tools and behaviour change cues, we help integrate our teaching into the work you do, instantly.



"Great pace, good length, mix of classroom and interactive. Cracking session!"
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"Very little time wasted, lots covered in a clear and concise manner and finished on time. Excellent handout too."
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"Good amount of interaction within the group, useful exercises."
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