Teaching Without Teaching: Handling a Crowd

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Teaching Without Teaching: Handling a Crowd
Arun Rao , Manager, India

The art of crowd control lies in using a multi-facetted approach to training your crowd to follow your lead and do as you request.


Facilitators, trainers, teachers, leaders. What’s one thing these individuals all have in common? Working with groups, large and small. Whether these groups are made up of children, newbies in a company, or senior level management, crowd control is a must. The art of crowd control lies in using a multi-facetted approach to training your crowd to follow your lead and do as you request. This is not a simple process. Giving a command or request to a crowd that does not yet trust you, does not yet respect you, and does not yet know your verbal and non-verbal cues well enough to follow them will result in these commands falling flat, or being intentionally ignored.

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