NEXT COHORT BEGINS
Play should be in every facilitator's toolbelt. Is it in yours? Join us for 5 sessions of fun and level up your client offerings.
Next Commitment Deadline: 6/17
Sessions: 6/29, 7/13, 7/29, 8/10, 8/24
Program Cost: $750
Led virtually by members of the Barometer XP team, the Basics of Facilitating Games program consists of five 2-hour sessions (1-3pmET every other Wednesday). At the end of this program, you will be more confident in using games for a variety of leadership and team development needs. Email us if you want to learn more.
Understand basic game mechanics and why they matter
Enhance your self-awareness and best play practices
Choose effective games for clients and explore our framework
Our training cohorts are small (less than 15 people) so participants can make lasting connections with other expert facilitators from different fields. The value of this experience expands beyond the five sessions. By completing this program, you will become a member of the Barometer XP community, which means...
Access to the Barometer XP team for customized support and collaboration
Ability to submit games and resources to the play database
Invitation to a Slack workspace that connects facilitators from all cohorts
Opportunities to join exclusive playtesting sessions for new games and simulations
Discounts for future membership offerings (launching in 2022/2023)
I have always loved games as a facilitation tool, but it can be challenging to create exercises and games that don’t feel like ‘forced fun’. Barometer XP offers really clever and fun games and exercises, creating opportunities for teamwork and leadership in a way that demonstrates how people work individually and together. Games are designed to address different aspects of team and leadership and to prompt smart, open discussions about all different aspects of work. This is the kind of fun that teams will actually have fun with! -- Lauren Lefkowitz, CEO, Lauren Lefkowitz Coaching
The BarometerXP team's passion for games is obvious - they find unique and diverse games and help think through meaningful facilitation. I feel like I've added a new dimension to how I engage my audiences, that is well received and better remembered. -- Priya Jindal, Founder, Nextpat
The program opened my eyes to the power of games for helping a team understand themselves. With facilitation, a team could take what they learn from the games to making steps to change. -- Ellen Luebbers, MD, Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine