In Step 4 you will:
- guide the participants along their learning journey
- orchestrate engagement and build relationships
- document your implementation and track results
To translate your design into real-world results you need to become a brilliant navigator and facilitator, shifting course as participants’ needs evolve and taking advantage of opportunities as they arise. This is not an easy role to assume; you will have to take a step back and release some control. Your aim should be to provide opportunities for participants to assume leadership over their own learning journey.
- Don’t fall in love with your plan!
- Even if you began with the perfect design, expect to make some mid-course corrections. Implementation happens in the real world, not at the desk.
- Planning is key, not the plan!
- Remember that this is not about you. It is about the participants. Make decisions based on a clear understanding of their needs