I've sat through dozens of workshops.
The majority of them are a tragic waste of time, money, and potential.
A great workshop should do four things
1) It should make every attendee smarter and fosters new skills.
2) It should build powerful, valuable, connections between participants.
3) It should directly solve the challenges participants face.
4) It should create energy and a sense of possibility to achieve more.
When was the last time you gained these four things from a workshop?
FeverBee SPRINT's Workshop
As part of FeverBee's SPRINT conference (Oct 29 – 30, San Francisco) we're taking a different approach to achieve these four goals.
If you want a workshop where you sit, consume information, and leave feeling good about all the worksheets you've collected, this isn't for you.
If you want to come armed with problems/questions you want answered, advice for other participants, to devour knowledge and immediately apply it to your community, this will be perfect.
What to expect
During the workshop, Caty Kobe (FeverBee's Head of Training) and myself will take you through advanced aspects of building communities.
By the end of the day, you will have mastered
1) How to use proven psychology to increase activity in communities.
2) How to select, develop, and optimize any community platform.
3) How to develop a powerful sense of community among members.
4) How to convert newcomers into regular, active, members of the community.
In addition, we're going to devote almost half the time to resolving your particular challenges.
At each stage, we'll push you to get to the bottom of whatever challenge you face within that topic.
You can also expect great food, special guests, a few surprises, and a few fun activities.
If you sign up for the workshop, which we hope you will, you will leave with a set of actions and connections that will immediately help you develop your communities.
We hope you will join us and can't wait to drill deep into your community efforts.
You can sign up at: http://sprint.feverbee.com for $495 this week.