Facilitation Certification Info Session

Meet the Instructor & AMA with Alumni

March 14, 2024
3pm - 4pm CT​
Live Online
Are you curious about Voltage Control’s upcoming Facilitation Certification program? Whether you’re looking to cross over into a facilitation role or simply level up your existing facilitation skills, join us to determine if this course is right for you.

During this virtual session, you will:
  • Meet the Voltage Control team and potential classmates
  • Meet the instructor who brings in-depth experience from the field to the classroom
  • Hear from recent alumni and have the chance to ask them questions about their experience
  • Learn about Voltage Control’s course curriculum and how it is primed for industry relevance and excellence

March 14, 2024
3pm - 4pm CT​
Live Online

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Impromptu Networking
Engage with everyone in the community during a quick round of introductions to network and begin our time together
Guest Facilitator Session
Experience the lead facilitator's activity & method to engage together as a community.
Rose, Thorn, Bud Critique
Share your feedback as a community and offer expressions of tangible takeaways to our lead facilitator.
After Hours
Stay awhile & chat post-session about your experience in the Lab.

Who Should Attend

Experienced & New Facilitators
Who want to level up their facilitation skills and enhance their facilitation tool belt
Chiefs of Staff
Who want to align and support initiatives across departments
Product & Project Managers
Who want to steer stakeholders to the best outcomes
Teachers & Trainers
Who want to design the most impactful learning

Key Takeaways

Discover what withholds are getting in the way of your life, career, and intimacy
Learn how to transform a Raw Withhold into a Skilled Withhold
Get a peek into the most advanced conscious communication skills training available
Practice a facilitation skill to have a room of crickets speak up

Featured Facilitators

Erik Skogsberg
Erik believes that a deep empathy and caring, rooted in human-centered design, systems thinking, and futures thinking best supports partners in finding their solutions. Erik is passionate about supporting clients imagining innovative approaches to complex organizational challenges.

Trained as an educator, designer, researcher, and change agent, he brings significant teaching, design, mentoring, professional learning and development, organizational change, and research experiences from across secondary, higher education, non-profit, and industry contexts. Whether working with individuals, teams, or organizations, he helps people design lasting growth and innovation. Prior to working with Voltage Control, he co-founded Michigan State University’s Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology, an internal design consultancy focused on learning experience design, innovation, and organizational transformation.

He earned his B.A. in English Literature from Western Washington University, M.A.T. in Secondary English Education from Brown University, and Ph.D. from Michigan State University in Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education.

What People are Saying

“I had my indication that Voltage Control was not just another training institution but took every extra effort to make students feel welcomed, engaged, and valued from the very beginning. This was my first lesson in excellent facilitation, ensuring everyone feels included.”

Reshma Khan
Leadership Coach, K’enso Consulting

"We weren’t just learning techniques. We were learning to wield them with intent, to understand the why behind the what. It broke down my preconceived notions and built them back up, fortified with purpose and precision."

JJ Rogers
Product Design Director, Watermark
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Please note that photographs, video & audio recordings will be taken throughout this event. These will be used by Voltage Control for marketing and publicity in our publications, on our website and in social media, or in any third party publication. Please contact our events manager if you have any concerns or if you wish to be exempted from this activity.