Powerful Endings for Your Workshops, Talks, & Retreat Sessions

Powerful Endings for Your Workshops, Talks, & Retreat Sessions

How to debrief your workshops, talks, & retreat sessions for maximum long-term impact | taught by Ida Shessel

Course description

You’re sitting down to plan your workshop, talk, or retreat session, 
and as a typical presenter, you’re planning a value-packed session.

 Chances are you’re not giving a whole lot of attention to the ending – especially if 
you’re a fan of the 3 part model “tell them what you’re going to tell them, 
tell them, and then tell them what you told them.”

 Here’s the problem. These days people are overwhelmed with information. 
It’s coming at them from all directions – work, the internet, their smartphones, 
the TV, flashing billboards – and your session!

 That’s what you and I as presenters are up against. We have to break
 through all that noise and 
design our sessions in a way that our audiences can
 remember and use what we teach them.

 That’s where your session ending comes in. 
It’s the last thing your attendees will see, hear, and do before they leave your session. 
A plain old “tell them what you told them” summary just won’t do.

 You need to make your endings POWERFUL – so that your audiences remember 
and use what you’re teaching them. 
That’s how you make a long-term impact!

What others have said:

“Ida Shessel has taught me a variety of techniques and activities to use that engage my audience. 
Her debriefing strategy provides a perfect conclusion to any session."
Ron Rubinoff, All Things Cling

"Ida is by far one of the best facilitators I have had the pleasure of dealing with.
What makes Ida exceptional is her ability to engage her participants through her skill at
 debriefing the material and asking probing questions."
Claire Sookman, Virtual Team Builders

Here's What You Get...

✓ tips and guidelines for creating powerful endings for
your presentations and workshops

✓ 3 ready-to use templates WITH LOTS OF QUESTIONS
 that make it super easy for you
to debrief your sessions and make a long-term impact
on your audience members

Ida Shessel
Ida Shessel
Creator of the Engaging Talks and Workshops Programs

Hi, I'm Ida Shessel, and I believe that everyone, yes YOU TOO, can stand up and lead engaging interactive workshops, talks, and retreat sessions.

You have expertise and knowledge that others want, need, and are willing to pay for. You can create raving fans who love your sessions, refer you to others, and come running back for more of what you have to offer. How exciting is that!!

Everything you’ll learn here is based on AUDIENCE PSYCHOLOGY and ADULT LEARNING PRINCIPLES...… important elements you won’t find in other programs...elements that will help you    

 …hook, draw, engage, guide, and magnetize your audiences.

From now on…this knowledge… this understanding… of what your audience members need, want, and like, along with why they do what they do is what you’ll use to confidently connect with your audience members and help them solve the problems that brought them to you.

You’ll gain confidence and skills that you can use today, tomorrow, next week, and yes, even years from now!

Why I'm the Perfect Teacher for This...

Here’s the short version….

I love that I’ve been able to help thousands of experts transform their abilities to create and lead workshops, talks, and retreat sessions. 

I have a Master’s degree in Adult Education and was a professor at Seneca College for 10 years. I worked as a consultant with an award-winning seminar company for 16 years, designing and delivering train-the-trainer workshops at conferences and meetings across North America and beyond.  I’ve had my own consulting firm for many years as well.

To check out my live programs, my blog, and other information about me, go to   https://idashessel.com .

Have questions?  Feel free to send me an email at ida@idashessel.com .

Course Curriculum

Part 1 -- Powerful Endings for Your Workshops, Talks, and Retreat Sessions
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Part 2 - Tips for Creating Powerful Endings
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Part 3 - Template 1: A 4-Step Model
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Part 4 - Template 2: Asking Your Participants to Take Action
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