Why do some great ideas get remembered, while others shrivel and die? How can you make sure yours will pass the test of time?
A quick check-in can be all it takes to shift your participants' focus onto your objectives for the session.
A short but sweet overview of the supremely useful Mind Map tactic, perfect for getting those thoughts out of your head and onto paper.
Before you solve a problem, you need to truly understand what that problem is...
Writing a meeting agenda? Here's everything you need to know to give it the best chance of getting opened, read and acted on!
Seventeen of the best icebreakers for small groups and workshops, both online and in person.
Guest article by Ann Storr, member of the Pip Decks community. Pitching a hybrid employee workshop over four sites felt like a great idea… until I remembered that I end up singing on Zoom calls when I can’t find the...
Get the inside track on using Butter.us to become a more engaging virtual facilitator.
Do you think of yourself as a facilitator? If you’ve ever organised a meeting, you’ve occupied that role whether you recognised it or not. But you probably haven't been trained to facilitate - this post will help you play this role more...
Find out why the Premortem workshop tactic is one of the Pip Decks Founder's 'Desert Island' cards.
Expert facilitator, Rachel Davis, gives her top tips for designing, building and facilitating a virtual brainstorming session with Butter and Miro.
Rachel guides the Pip Decks community through a fantastic session of building the Rose, Thorn, Bud brainstorming session on Miro, with design and facilitation pro tips throughout.
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