The primary purpose of workshops and seminars is to transfer knowledge and to exchange information. For this workshops focus on the active cooperation of the participants, while seminars tend to be one sided with the lecturer standing at the front.
In workshops, there is a specific topic or a previously arranged task for a group to work on for a limited period of time. The creation of concrete solutions is a specific target in the space, which is to be achieved through creative methods and the professional management of a moderator. The success of a good workshop is primarily due to the active cooperation of all participants. In contrast to workshop events which tend to be practically oriented, seminars are more theoretical. But theory does not always have to be dry. Let your audience be active and make your listeners part of the process. Make your audience to enthusiastic participants.
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