Alison Coward

Lecture
 

Great workshops, great teams

Design and facilitate workshops that engage people, encourage creativity and generate concrete outcomes

Lecture date: Wednesday 17 February

If your work involves creativity, design, innovation or strategy, workshops are an essential part of our work for gathering information and developing ideas. They are also a valuable tool for supporting collaboration in our teams, when we use them effectively.

In this talk, Alison will cover practical tips for designing and facilitating workshops that engage people, encourage creativity and generate concrete outcomes, and how they can contribute to building a high-performing team culture.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Alison Coward is the founder of Bracket, a consultancy that helps ambitious, forward-thinking teams to build high-performing, collaborative cultures. She is a strategist, workshop facilitator, coach, trainer, keynote speaker and author of “A Pocket Guide to Effective Workshops”.

She works across corporates, start-ups, agencies and public institutions and her client list includes Google, D&AD, Barclaycard, Wellcome and Channel 4. With over 15 years’ experience of working in, leading and facilitating creative teams, Alison is passionate about finding the balance between creativity, productivity and collaboration so that teams can thrive and do their best work together.