Curriculum Development I and II

What do you want people to learn?  How do you ensure everyone in the room is engaged?  Using the 4-Mat can ensure both of these objectives are met.

Launch Day Training Video

March 4th Virtual Training: Curriculum Development II



ASSIGNMENT 3: 10 Minute Training Video

This will be your first asset. A 10 minute training video that you can share with people as a taste of your awesomeness and hint of the more to come.

Success with assignment will depend a great deal on  your willingness to lean into your groups and mentors for feedback. Ask your questions, including the best question of all! ‘What question did I miss asking?’

Seek feedback often from your group in your group Slack channel before seeking mentor feedback in the #projects channel. Enjoy!


Create a 10 minute training video:

  1. Choose a topic that will benefit your current clients/prospects. Make it high value for them.
  2. Seek feedback
  3. Consult the Launch Day slides and 4-mat template to create your draft 4-Mat
  4. Seek feedback
  5. Update your 4-Mat and incorporate relevant feedback
  6. Prepare to record your ‘first draft video’. This includes Trainer’s State! Speak directly to your favourite client when you look into the camera.
  7. Record a ‘first draft’ video and post the link for feedback (the timing and content may be off – its all good – your team needs practice with feedback 🙂
  8. Seek feedback
  9. Incorporate the feedback
  10. Record the final and post your link for celebrations

Post questions and links in the #projects Slack channel.

This assignment is designed to ensure:

  • Create an early asset you can use immediately for your business if you choose
  • Provide the experience required to learn a second logical level on curriculum development
  • Create the intensity required to move the groups into storming (and possible through to Norming!)

Pro Tip: Start with the right brain – brainstorm everything you know about the topic. Next, select and organize the content in the 4Mat template provided under Resources. 

Assignment #2: Frames, Frames, and more Frames

Learn from the following Video Training Series.

In this Training:

  • Each video is a Frame – a general concept or perspective
  • Consider how each frame is already alive in your world
  • Consider how taking it deeper into your world will support your capacity to lead others
  • Once complete, share a comment or question below about your learning

Video 1: Your Whole Mind

Video 2: The Importance of Focus and How to Get It

Video 3: Responsibility for Change

Video 4: Understanding Your Freak Out Moments

Video 5: Expanding Your Comfort Zone

This assignment is designed to ensure:

  • You know the basic leadership frames
  • You are ready to join us on January 12th for Launch Day!

Pro Tip: Schedule the time to watch undisturbed

Assignment #1: Introduce Yourself

Using your phone, create a 1 minute selfie video and post to the Slack #assignments channel.

In this video:

  • Introduce yourself to the group
  • Share who you are passionate about impacting, and
  • Your why for being in this program

This assignment is designed to ensure you know,

  • How to do a video selfie
  • How to upload assignments to slack

Pro Tip: Take about 90 seconds to reflect on each bullet to be covered. Smile, press record, and have fun!

Video Conferencing: Zoom

Getting Started on zoom

  • Clicking the link is the fastest way to join a meeting hosted by another person
  • It is a robust application and you will find it useful throughout this program
  • here are a number of resource videos create by Zoom to assist you to get the most out of Zoom

Click here for access to a host of Zoom Video Tutorials, including:

  • Join a Meeting
  • Scheduling a Meeting
  • Meeting Controls
  • Breakout Rooms
  • Audio, Video, & Sharing