Pop Up Workshops for Groups
Want to light a Visionary fire in your group? Here’s everything you need to know.
You can have up to 15 participants. This ensures I have plenty of individual time with each person who attends.
This is a 9 hour workshop and I recommend starting at 8am and wrapping up at 5pm.
I’ve led this workshop all around the world, so whether you’re right here in San Diego or in another hemisphere, we can make it happen!
We can do this workshop wherever you like. I’ve led it in conference rooms, homes, Airbnbs, hotels and more. As long as there’s enough room for everyone to be comfortable, we’re good to go. (A projector or smart TV is helpful but not necessary).
You can have everyone bring lunch and snacks to share or order in from your group’s favorite restaurant or catering company. (Just make sure you also bring a bag of fun size candy bars. Chocolate is a key ingredient for Visioning.)
All we’ll need is 2 flip charts with sticky pages and a magic marker for everyone attending. I’ll bring the Clarify Your Vision Workbooks and my favorite Visioning pens for all of you.
The workshop fee is a flat rate and you can charge your group members however you like. This flat rate includes my transportation, accommodation and per diem
Ready to dive in? Here’s what to do next.
The Visioning process begins with a group discussion based on a short set of videos and exercises that explore top 5 Issues that hold people back from clarity, the key difference between Mission and Vision, The shift from proactive to reactive decision-making, the variables involved in sustainable change, the four components of an effective Vision and the three levels of the Visioning process.
I’ve found the best way to build interest amongst your group is to let everyone experience this first step in the Visioning process for themselves, and then see who would like to continue on with the rest of the process in a full-day workshop. The video notes also include other resources for you like downloadable one-pagers you can share with your group members about these videos and the workshop itself.
Once you’ve got interest in the full-day workshop, it’s time to a pick a date that works for everyone that wants to attend. You can check out my calendar to see real-time availability and then communicate with your group to see what works best. I recommend hosting these workshops on Fridays or Saturdays, so those are the available days I’ve shown, but if the best time for your group is a different day just let me know and we’ll go from there.
If your group is more than 2 hours outside of downtown San Diego, please look at the availability starting one month out from today to ensure I can make arrangements to leave town and book airfare, accommodation etc.
Once you’ve found the best date for everyone attending, the last step is securing it with your deposit. We’ll confirm all of the logistics, talk much more about your group so I can tailor the workshop to your members and stay in close contact leading up to the workshop.
If you’d like to get in touch before sharing the idea for a pop-up workshop with your group, I’d love to talk. Just book a time below.