Prompts Workshop



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A prompt is a question that is impossible to collaborate on. It points inward, asks for language, and leads to self-knowledge.

For example: what bores you?

We can't collaborate on what bores each person, only to ask why and discuss the meaning behind it.

A 'brief' always leads to collaboration (with another person or knowledge). It is anchored in gravity (situation) and points to convergence. 

For example, what is the secret of a work-life balance? 

Subject matter experts will approach this from different angles, but the conversation will inevitably lead to a joint meeting point on *the same page*, where everyone's opinions will be edited.

I have been using prompts in different group settings and coaching, and I have coached others to use them to open space in their coaching, innovation practice, or leadership. 

You're welcome to join a 10-session workshop where we will learn and practice writing prompts.

Format 


10 hours
Limited to ten people
Cost: $1000


Dates


May 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30 
June 4, 6, 11, 13
1 ET, 60 mins 


Please get in touch with any questions and let us know if you would like to participate.



FAQ:



What are some examples of prompts?
  • What bores you?
  • Do you see something no one else does?
  • What do you wish you could measure? 

More in this Prompt Archive.

When are prompts helpful?


  • Education 
  • Developing spaces for new/unexpected conversations: change management, workplace culture, on-boarding
  • Facilitating communities
  • Coaching 
  • Interview Questions
  • Prepping for an interview
  • Conducting one
  • HR operations 
  • Personal growth