When the idea for this book first emerged during one of our official meetings (read: coffee breaks), we thought it would be, if not easy to write, then certainly straightforward. Surely with our combined experience working and teaching in different countries we knew what there was to say about facilitating workshops? Of course, as so often happens, the more we thought and wrote about the topic, the more we realised we had much to learn ourselves. Especially once we started probing our colleagues, participants and random members of the public for their experiences, we humbly revised our original expectation. The range of learning and teaching contexts, materials, customs and activities used in different countries and industries is very broad indeed.
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