While the workshops I design and facilitate for clients have immediate tangible value,  there’s something else I’ve noticed when I deliver these – the wider impact that they have on a team and organisation’s culture.

I’ve been using the term “Workshop Culture” to describe this and I’ve written and spoken about this a few times before. Now it’s time to explore this in more detail.

I’ll be defining and writing more about the concept of “Workshop Culture”, looking at the role workshops play in creating a great organisational culture, and how we can use the principles of workshops to create more happy, engaged and productive teams.

I’m interviewing experts, gathering case studies and collating research around this idea for my next book and I’d love to hear from you:

  • What does “Workshop Culture” mean to you?
  • What are the challenges you’ve experienced in introducing workshops to your team or organisation?
  • If you regularly run workshops at your company, has this had a wider impact? If so, how?

Drop me a line to alison[at]bracketcreative.co.uk to get involved, or sign up for the Bracket newsletter to get updates.

I’ll be using the hashtag #workshopculture across all platforms, so feel free to post your stories, and use it to stay informed too.

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