Not started your workshop? See the previous article: starting a workshop

Think of an Axis workshop as a slide-show moving from left to right.

The page arrows allow you to move back and forth and the navigation bubbles at the top of the screen allow you to jump between phases. At the bottom of the screen are the URL and unique workshop code for participants to join and above that is the progress bar for each step.

Once everyone has joined, you introduce the workshop objective and key question. You might want to verbalise some more context or details but we would recommend keeping this short and focused. 

This is followed by an overview of the workshop journey. This is your chance to explain the steps you will work through and the methods you will use at each stage. 

We have deliberately excluded timings; whilst a start and end time are essential for the the invite, we don't believe you don’t want your participants to be watching the clock; that’s the facilitators job!

With the introduction complete you then move into methods you have selected.

Next article: completing a workshop

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