22 June 2021
Last week, I did a 2-hour an online Coaching Tools workshop for a group of Leaders and here are the feedback.
What was the Speaker’s strengths?
In depth knowledge.
Straight to the point.
Clear presentation with examples.
Knowledge and experience as a Coach.
Simple and easy to understand.
Making the session interactive.
Clear and engaging; good time management.
Interesting from start till end!
Very useful and practical contents, thank you Jeff Cheah. Well done and thank you.
Jeff is able to engage the participants and his presentation is well organized, flow smoothly and easy to understand.
How could the Speaker improve his/her presentation?
The session was good based on the time given.
The quality of the audio for his online presentation might need to be improve.
Could go more in depth but understand time constraint.
Maybe the time is too short, the program slightly rush.
I felt pretty validated. It’s a great feeling. That’s why I do what I do. Facilitating interactive and experiential workshops with energy & enthusiasm. I knew that I’ve done my best given the time constraint. I was in a giving mode, sharing my experiences, my knowledge all from my heart. And the participants felt it.
That’s what I wanted to hear. Words like Interactive, Engaging, Clear, Simple, Easy to understand, Knowledge & Experience, Useful & practical, Well organized, Flow smoothly, Interesting from start till end. Thank you Jeff Cheah, Well done!
Thank You dear workshop attendees. You are all so kind. I am grateful as I know you have been paying attention. I’m glad it works for you. I’d strive to do better.
Of course, I’d need to check on my audio to make sure it works well in my next workshop. I remembered 3 years ago, we (Me, KC Chin, Leon & Esther) facilitated a 2.5 days coaching for leaders workshop for 62 MSRM English Teachers and we received a 2-minute standing ovation at the end of the workshop. And there were many adjectives that we captured in our feedback.
How can we you make your workshop more impactful?
By being human, above all. By knowing thoroughly what your subject is, and by making it accessible (not talking down, of course) to other humans just like you. By allowing people to laugh. By involving their imaginations. By referring to things outside the direct subject being discussed. By drawing comparisons. By enjoying what you do. It shows.
(Extracted from HBR’s Easy on the Eyes by Kirsten D. Sandberg)
What is your experience with your participants?
Why do you continue to do what you do?
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