They’re obvious, but often missed.
They’re not glamorous, entertaining, jaw-dropping, or photogenic.
But they make a lasting impact, and will only take up about a minute each.
The top and the tail. The beginning and the end.
These aren’t hard pieces to implement but it’s amazing how often they get ignored.
After all, first (and last) impressions matter.
Note: If you’re designing a workshop for kids these are a little less important to include, but for adults I’ve found them to be crucial.
Pro Tip: Whenever you’re building a workshop, don’t do the slides first – design the arc and the learning outcomes first.