Join a global network of over 5000 facilitators and be the ambassador of #IamRemarkable in your company or community. Help people celebrate their achievements by organizing and hosting #IamRemarkable workshops for your personal or professional networks.
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Attend a free, two hour, online train-the-trainer session provided by Google
Run the workshop and scale within your group or company
Stay in touch with the #IamRemarkable team for ongoing support
"I see myself in every participant’s story and it is rewarding to support others to thrive. #IamRemarkable is a daily practice and facilitating it is a constant reminder to develop my own self promotion skills. I am thankful for each participant who allows me to be a part of their growth moments."
"I have come to appreciate #IamRemarkable as a critical vehicle in opening up people’s perspectives, challenging bias and ultimately building inclusive behaviours. Through discussions and the exercises weaved into the session, we learn more about our colleagues than we know through daily work interactions."
"It’s great to be a part of a global movement, championing opportunity for all to succeed in the workplace. I love illuminating my audience through #IamRemarkable workshops, they see that their skills and qualities are worth shouting about and that they're best placed to do it."
"The paradox is that if you’re not ready to share your achievements you limit your chances for success. The opposite is also true: openly communicating what we’re good at or what our goals are, it makes us happier with our jobs, and makes us better at seeing new opportunities to grow professionally and in our careers."
"I wanted to become a facilitator to have a positive impact on my organization, but during the Train the Trainer session I realized that the impact starts within yourself. Every workshop is a self-discovery process where you can reflect on yourself through the conversations with participants."
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