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Are you sick of spending all day in front of your screen? While it is convenient to conduct online meetings, it can also feel tiring not meeting people face to face. But love them or hate them, online meetings are here to stay. We need to find ways to make them work.
John Monks joins us to discuss designing better online meetings and interactions. We discuss how to create online meetings that energise and infuse rather than demotivate. We also teach you why simple exercises on limits and boundaries in these interactions can improve problem solving and creativity.
If you want to know how to make the most out of online meetings, stay tuned to this episode.
Reasons to listen
- Learn tips for engaging people in online meetings.
- Discover tips and exercises for making every minute of online workshops valuable.
- Understand the future of work meetings.
Online Meetings as a Norm
How John Began Improving Virtual Meetings
Recalibrating Curve’s Course about Facilitating Online
Different Forms of Online Meetings
Tips on Engaging People in Online Meetings
The Difficulty in Achieving Equal Participation
Making Every Minute Valuable
Failsafe Exercises for Engaging Interactions
Exercises for Solving Problems and Issues
Meeting Approach and Format
Making the Most Out of Breakout Rooms
Online versus In-Person
Diversity and Inclusivity in an Online Work Setup
John’s Top Three Tips for Getting Better Online Interactions