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Personal Development Reviews


I have been asked to develop a training session on Personal Development Reviews, to deliver to an audience of two - three hundred. Could anyone suggest how to make this interesting and interactive to such a large audience?
lesley glanville

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  1. Activities for large groups
    I am assuming that you have been asked to present to all these people at the same time.

    Note I use the word present, because that is in the main what you will be doing. It is hard to apply normal interactive training with such a large group. If your organisation wants the people trained then I suggest that you get then to a gree to a programme of events to much smaller groups.

    If this is not possible then a couple of suggestions:

    1 – you will need assistants to help you. Use these assistants to do roll play, perhaps a right way and a wrong way, discuss the differences in open forum with the assistance in the audiance to help identify speakers etc.

    2 – Create a Crossword for the delegates to complete as you go through your presentation, give the clues out as you complete each section (on a slide) based on the section you have just covered. Perhaps offer a prize to all those that submit a completed (correctly) puzzle at the end.

    3- Keep it short with suppouting materials for them to take away.

    4 – If you have an intranet, place an online quiz with a prize for the first correct or highest score.

    The interactivity does not always need to be in the session itself.

    I hope this helps


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