Mellisa Cain has facilitated a variety of workshops with educators throughout the United States and the world. She is known for her energy, positive outlook, her ability to think outside the box and to adapt to the needs of participants.

Mellisa offers a range of services, from staff trainings and development to train the trainers to teambuilding initiatives. All workshops can be adapted for specific groups. Mellisa provides customized workshops to educators including classroom teachers, after-school professionals and counselors, as well as community organizations.  All workshops encourage laughter, movement and critical thinking.

Upon initial contact, Mellisa will work with you to develop the right workshop for your team!

 

Workshops Offered to Educators, in addition to Morale Boosting-Conflict Resolution- Conflict Resolution- Intercultural Communications- Problem Solving:

Teambuilding Series

Discover Teambuilding: A training designed with educators in mind, Discover Teambuilding introduces basic teambuilders, energizers and games. Upon competition of the workshop, participants will have a toolbox of over 15 teambuilders to bring back to their workplace. 

Advanced Teambuilding: A fantastic companion piece to Discover Teambuilding, Advanced Teambuilding introduces "processors," allowing teams to go deeper through games.

Teambuilding Reflection: The third workshop in the Teambuilding series, Reflection allows teams to go into deeper reflection as to how to make their team work more effectively.


Train-the-Trainer

Train-the-Trainer: Dynamic workshop that introduces training concepts to novice trainers, from Group Facilitation Basic to Workshop Design to Adult Learning Styles. Everything from room set-up to handling challenging participants will be covered. 


Customized Trainings

Contact Mellisa for information for customized teambuilding and other workshops. Is your team struggling with inefficiency due to staff infighting? Mellisa suggests a one-day training where your team will be guided from games to slowly begin processing the problems that have been taken place. By the end of the day, staff will feel more committed to being a dynamic, productive team.