Remote customers. Team members in different locations. Participants or stakeholders that cannot or will not come to you. Rings a bell? We obviously prefer to have everyone physically in one place because we get more non-verbal and contextual information that way. And that’s what seems to disappear when you meet online… but does it really? At Beanmachine, we have been meeting online for years and have found many ways to start a dialogue, share knowledge and collect information in a fast, efficient and fun way with (many) people online.Want to learn the basics and start apply immediately the day after? Then sign on for this online 60’ session (free demo) and learn the 4 steps to run successful online meetings.
Our first step is of course to help you get to grips with the technology. But you will also learn some facilitation techniques during this training, so that you can incorporate interaction and fun in the meetings. In short, the ideal way to set your first steps as facilitator of online meetings. Now and forever thereafter.
We actively dive into the subject during an online session of 60’. Before the session, you will already get a warm-up. And afterwards we put you on the right track to turn what you’ve learned into practice.
We supply you with reading and listening material to sharpen your hunger.
We ask you a number of questions via an online survey about what you want to learn, which technology you (usually) use and what your biggest challenges are today.
We ask you to have a real-life case ready, so that we can apply some insights and practices to that case during the session.
We teach you the 4 steps and the 4 M’s for kick-ass online meetings: Mindset - Muscles - Method - Machinery.
At the end there will be time to ask technical questions. We gladly help you along from our own experience and expertise.
You will have some practical cards to use as reminders of what you’ve learned.
You will have the opportunity for one of our coaches to attend an online meeting of your own and give you personal feedback afterwards on the preparation, the use of technology and how you did as facilitator.
Bruno managed teams for years, both local and international. He had meetings for on average 25h per week with colleagues, customers, prospects…. Over the years, these meetings gradually turned into online meetings. Bruno will gladly and passionately share all his experience during the training.
Educated as an anthropologist and IT expert, Gunter has lead project teams for 20 years, in many different contexts. For him, virtual meetings have been his ‘new normal’ for some time now. Gunter will take you with him in this online adventure to share his technical knowledge as well as experience on dynamics and method.
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