November 11, 2019 17:00 —
November 20, 2019 19:00 CET
Ended on November 11, 2019
Lisette Sutherland
9.61 from reviews

In this series of live online workshops - remote meetings about remote meetings - experts JUDY REES and LISETTE SUTHERLAND will help you get to grips with facilitating online like a pro. 


"Meetings are where the action is... It is in meetings that we agree on how we will make or break the future." Elise Keith

These are all-remote events: each participant is expected to join the video call from an individual device, in order to maximise engagement and participation. We’ll start and finish on time, the technology will work seamlessly, and you’ll meet fellow-leaders who share your challenges. 

And we promise that it will be surprisingly enjoyable!

Our teaching focus will be on all-remote meetings. Much of the material covered will also be relevant to hybrid meetings, in which some people are in a room together and others are remote. But this meeting format introduces specific problematic issues, so our final class will look directly at the topic.

The Big Five

Our five 100-minute 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. (Scroll down for more details.)

  1. How to Make People Care About Your Online Meeting
  2. How to Develop a Reputation For Hosting Great Online Meetings
  3. How To Become a Confident Online Facilitator
  4. How to Deal With the Problems That Online Meetings Throw At You
  5. How to Make Hybrid Meetings Less Horrible

We'll meet at 4pm UK time on 11, 13, 15, 18 and 20 November.  The group will be small, and there'll be plenty of time to get your specific questions answered.

Here's the thing. We've had enough of rambling remote meetings and horrible hybrids. We think it's time to unleash the potential of creative online collaboration so that we can enjoy working together, irrespective of distance. 

Great online and hybrid meetings are possible. We've now demonstrated it time and time again, and taught many others to do the same. 

We think it's time to change the remote-meetings paradigm. Are you with us?


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