Robb Bingham, M.Ed., Learning & Communication Strategist
Learning Objectives for the proposed Content/Session
Upon attending this session, learners will be able to:
- Execute three new icebreakers / team builders that can be facilitated in 10-20 minutes
- Make more purposeful connections between the icebreakers chosen to the content it supports
- Share icebreakers with other participants that they’ve found particularly purposeful for specific content
Icebreakers are good if they get everyone up, moving, and interacting together. But they become great when they add impact to the program you are implementing. In this session, Mr. Bingham shares three of his most popular icebreakers and team-building activities and guarantees you’ll walk away with something new for your facilitation toolbox! Perhaps more important, you’ll get to explore how to create your own meaningful icebreakers that won’t just wake people up, but truly leave an impact that learners can take back to the workplace that can change their performance at work and life!
Student Members: $10
5:00 - 5:45 - live music, welcome, networking, catered dinner
5:45 - 6:45 - facilitated program
6:45 - 7:00 - closing, networking
Parking: There is ample free parking near 440 and Nolensville Pike
Robb Bingham, Learning & Communications Strategist, Converging Solutions
(M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, University of South Florida) holds multiple awards for helping companies get strategic with training – especially in the space where learning intersects with communications and performance improvement. One company estimates a measurable savings of $3.7 million within the first year of implementing one of Robb’s design solutions.
Mr. Bingham has served organizations in a number of different roles, from Trainer, Designer, Developer, and Producer, to Team Lead, National Curriculum Manager, and External Consultant and is the creator of the Converging Solutions Problem Solving Model.
Robb also spent several years (back in the dark ages) performing and directing on the dinner theatre circuit. Now as a training and communication coach, he talks practically about ways to apply communication and theatre arts practices, to improve one’s authenticity, credibility, and relevancy when presenting to audiences of 1 to 1000.