Group speed dating

02-Nov-2016 17:01

Plus if it was a great experience for them, then they will tell their friends.

A bad experience usually means they will tell even more of their friends the bad news.

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A speed mentoring approach was successful in sharing knowledge among farmers' market managers with different levels of experience.

Farmers and chefs used a more classic speed dating approach to forge new relationships and make deals.

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Having taken classes from Chap Clark while pursuing my M. at Fuller Theological Seminary, I decided to attend the learning lab on Sticky Faith, led by Fuller Youth Institute’s Kara Powell and Brad Griffin, at last year’s National Youth Workers Convention.Extending these unstructured networking periods provides one way to improve these events.But another, underutilized means for strengthening them is by carefully integrating structured networking periods into the conference schedule.At Oregon State University we have begun using variations on the "speed dating" model (just another name for structured networking) in a wide variety of settings. Sessions in conferences and workshops, whether keynote addresses, panels, or town hall meetings, share a common characteristic: one person at a time speaks, and everyone else is expected to listen.After hours in that role, it is little wonder that participants pour out into breaks, hungry for conversation.

Having taken classes from Chap Clark while pursuing my M. at Fuller Theological Seminary, I decided to attend the learning lab on Sticky Faith, led by Fuller Youth Institute’s Kara Powell and Brad Griffin, at last year’s National Youth Workers Convention.Extending these unstructured networking periods provides one way to improve these events.But another, underutilized means for strengthening them is by carefully integrating structured networking periods into the conference schedule.At Oregon State University we have begun using variations on the "speed dating" model (just another name for structured networking) in a wide variety of settings. Sessions in conferences and workshops, whether keynote addresses, panels, or town hall meetings, share a common characteristic: one person at a time speaks, and everyone else is expected to listen.After hours in that role, it is little wonder that participants pour out into breaks, hungry for conversation.I had very high hopes for this first event, printing off discussion questions to place at each table and dreaming of the lengthy conversations that would take place between youth and adults.