Can Live Online Facilitation Be As Good As In-The-Room?

Looking to switch from in-the-room to remote / online / virtual training, facilitation or consulting – and still deliver an experience that’s just as good? I’d like to show you what can be possible. Join me for a 90-minute Webinnexion – a webinar that connects. It will be a great investment in yourself – and …

Can Live Online Facilitation Be As Good As In-The-Room? Read More »

Hybrid Meetings: Beating The Bottleneck

Despite the fact I hate hybrid meetings, I keep getting drawn into trying to make them work. I’m even co-hosting a facilitators’ event on hybrid meetings in London in a few weeks. By “hybrid meetings”, I mean meetings where some people are together in a room, others are remote, connecting via technology. Hybrid meetings seem …

Hybrid Meetings: Beating The Bottleneck Read More »

Online Learning Events: Why Size Matters

When you organise a live online learning event, how many people do you want to turn up? The answer isn’t always “as many as possible”!  In reality, “it depends”. It depends on what you want people to learn, and how you want them to learn it – just as it does for an in-the-room event. …

Online Learning Events: Why Size Matters Read More »

Webinnexion: Disrupting The Webinar

Do you attend – or run – talk-over-slides webinars? They’ve been around for decades now. But I reckon we’re ready for a change. It’s time to disrupt the webinar! Of course, the talk-over-sides formula has its place. As a “participant”, you can listen with half an ear, while doing something else, and get the general …

Webinnexion: Disrupting The Webinar Read More »

Facilitating Remotely: What I’ve Just Learned

The other night I spoke at an Agile coaches’ retreat in Ann Arbor, Michigan. But I didn’t have to travel 3,777 miles across the Atlantic – I connected via video conference. Does that make me a hypocrite? Regular readers of this blog, and students of my courses such as Remote Meetings Masterclass, will know I’m …

Facilitating Remotely: What I’ve Just Learned Read More »