New book being written online – Facilitation tricks and techniques

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Last time I wrote a book (Visualization Examples) I decided to do it publicly online. That was a fantastic experience, which I also wrote a blog post about. It was great fun and I got tons of valuable feedback.

Now I’ve started to write a new book and I’ve decided to have the same approach. It’s currently titled “Toolbox for the workshop facilitator – Facilitaion Tricks and Techniques (How to reach strong workshop outcome)“.

The book is far from finished and it might take me another year to finish it. But I still want to invite you to read it now and to help me make the book even better.

Excerpt from the introduction:
“Over the years I’ve facilitated several hundreds of workshops, meetings, educational sessions and courses. I’ve read books on facilitation and taken courses on how to become a better trainer. I’ve learned from peers and masters. I even recently started providing trainings in which I teach practical workshop facilitation skills. This book is me sharing back. Trying to compile what I’ve learned in a practical and pragmatic way.”

Here are some example pages…

You are most welcome to join the creative process! The top 20 contributors will receive a free printed copy of the book once it’s finished. Everyone else will get a free digital copy on LeanPub. 🙂

Just click this link and I will provide you access to the document.


  • 1
    2017-11-18 - 02:54 | Permalink

    This will be awesome!

  • 2
    Leif Landén Ershag
    2017-11-21 - 07:06 | Permalink

    Great and fascinating subject.

  • 3
    2017-11-22 - 12:34 | Permalink

    First book was great! Hope to help with the next =)

  • 5
    2018-01-02 - 11:18 | Permalink

    Hey Jimmy, great initative! The first book was excellent, full of insightful tips, yet concise and crisp. Looking forward to exchanging about this one!

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