Remote Meetings Masterclass
23 & 30 Jan 2020
13:00 - 17:00 GMT / 14:00 - 18:00 CETREGISTER
Remote meetings don’t have to suck. You don't have to be baffled or bored. You don't have to struggle through talk-over-powerpoint. You really can connect with real human beings remotely, using the technology that's available to you.
After this workshop, you will ROCK at engaging groups of distant participants in rich, multi-layered discussions. You'll look professional before, during and after the event - and even when things go wrong. Whisper it... your online meetings might even be fun.
Our online classes are designed to address the five biggest challenges reported by the individuals and organisations around the world who come to us for help.
- How to Make People Care About Your Online Meeting
- How to Develop a Reputation For Hosting Great Online Meetings
- How To Become a Confident Online Facilitator
- How to Deal With the Problems That Online Meetings Throw At You
- How to Make Hybrid Meetings Less Horrible
We'll meet at 1pm - 5pm UK time on 23 and 30 April. The group will be small (8-10 people), and there'll be plenty of time to get your specific questions answered. (If you absolutely have to miss one or two of the classes, we'll find ways to help you to catch up.)
To read more about the classes in details, click HERE!
About your trainers
Author, speaker, consultant, trainer and coach based in London, UK. Leading on distributed diversity and communication clarity in complex contexts.
I'm a facilitator, coach and trainer - mostly working over the internet. Not long ago I facilitated what was probably the world's first "video unconference" in which 150 people self-organised to talk about the things that mattered to them.
I'm the co-author of a bestselling book, "Clean Language", which describes a precision inquiry toolkit which works especially well in complex systems. I coach using this methodology, and I also teach Clean Language to Agile coaches and others, mostly online. I'm the co-founder of the Rees McCann Partnership.
I am a remote-working German-born American living in the Netherlands and I am totally jazzed by the fact that it's possible to work from anywhere. In fact, it's not just possible; it's completely, productively workable—if you do it right.
From extensive research and first-hand experience, as well as from interviews with over 100 workers and manager/owners, I have collected a treasure trove of advice & action lists, pitfalls & solutions, and personal reports of individuals and teams engaged in doing great things—successfully—from wherever they happen to be.