Facilitation Lab Denver: Facilitation and Artificial Intelligence

Facilitator: Eli Wood

Get ready to dive into the world of workshop design and emerge with fresh ideas and new connections. Join us for The Facilitation Lab Denver: Facilitating With Artificial Intelligence at Town Hall Collaborative on Wednesday March 6th @ Townhall Collaborative!
It’s difficult to ignore that artificial intelligence is spreading rapidly. We think this is important to discuss as it relates to facilitation. This event will be ideal for anyone interested in discussing new facilitation approaches as a result of new technology. br>

This month – The Facilitation Lab Denver:Facilitation with Artificial Intelligence is sure to be of interest for people familiar with design thinking, agile development, or L&D professionals looking to implement ChatGPT and other LLMs into their ways of working.

We’ll explore ideas for designing workshops with AI and collaborative leadership. You’ll have the opportunity to meet and learn from diverse professionals also passionate about these topics.

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert in workshops and facilitation; this event will provide valuable insights and opportunities for growth in leading collaborative sessions.

RSVP now to secure your spot for an evening of learning, networking, and community building.

The space we meet in is donated by Town Hall Collaborative is a women-owned community gathering space and cocktail-forward bar, supporting and empowering women and other underrepresented groups. They are available to host other events, live music, and monthly studio rentals for artists and like-minded businesses. Book an event or get in touch at their site.

If you have any questions or want to get involved in our community, please contact Eli Wood at


Facilitation Lab Denver is a meetup focused on helping facilitators & collaborative leaders connect with peers in a supportive and inspiring facilitation playground.

We gather to experience and explore all aspects of facilitation, including Liberating Structures, Game Storming, Thinking Wrong, MG Taylor, Improv, and much more.

At each meeting, we rotate topics and approaches, from highlighting practitioners sharing tips and tricks to open facilitation practice where you get hands-on with new tools and concepts.

In addition to Facilitation Lab Denver hosted by Voltage Control, there are meetups around the globe hosted by Facilitation Lab regional leads. See the region map for a full list of all active meetups.

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March 6, 2024


6pm-8:30pm MT​


Denver, CO


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What to expect

What to Expect

Cocktails and conversations with the community of professionals. We’ll explore ideas for designing workshops with AI and collaborative leadership in a rapid power hour. Opportunities to meet and learn from diverse professionals passionate about these topics.

What You'll Learn

-Get introduced to ChatGPT
-Intentional strategies to automate facilitation and support tasks
-Simple and effective ways to plan meetings and gather feedback
-New connections in the local Denver-Boulder community

How You'll Learn

-Interactive networking with other professionals
-Small group breakout and discussion
-Practice debriefing using Liberating Structures


Conversations and Networking

Start the evening with a warm welcome, cocktails, and engaging conversations.

Demo of a Co-Facilitator GPT

Review the facilitator GPT and then discuss implications for business in small groups

Community Debrief

Reflective session on the evening’s activities and new connections we’ve made together.

Late Night Lab

Continue the conversations at Town Hall using a One-Way Conversation Train that is not to be missed! The prompt for the discussion will be; “Should facilitators be using AI in their practices today? What are the ethical implications of using AI in facilitation work?

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

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Eli Wood

Based in Denver, Colorado, Eli loves facilitating Design Sprints and other creative workshops with Voltage Control. Eli has facilitated Design Sprints for Adobe, Humana, The City of Austin, and Fidelity Investments.

He has also delivered rapid prototyping, strategic design, and development projects for LAX, Mastercard, Cisco, CBRE. When not making things, he enjoys spending time in nature.


Townhall Collaborative

525 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
What People Are Saying

"I always enjoy the opportunity to network with other facilitators in the Facilitation Lab. I've gained so much knowledge from other attendees' insights & experiences each and every week in our community."


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