Your team has embraced working remotely and relies on virtual meetings.
You have invested in Agile and project management training.
You want to lead virtual meetings that are valuable and productive.
You need to develop more ease and confidence in how you facilitate meetings.
Your remote team lacks connection and trust.
Your meetings feel unproductive and your team struggles to make decisions.
You don't have a structured process for planning and designing engaging virtual meetings.
Your team feels like virtual meetings are a waste of time.
"It teaches you a good set of tools that you can mix and match to optimize and solve meeting problems."
Working remotely can have tremendous benefits, but facilitating virtual meetings has a unique set of challenges:
We'll show you the common mistakes that keep remote teams from realizing true agility.
Then, you'll learn practical solutions to plan and design virtual meetings so you can:
"It opened my mind!"
"Highly recommended - time well spent!"
"I thought I knew Agile. And then I got schooled."
"...Very informative...Real life application..."
"...a great opportunity to learn new tools that can be used not just for work but in your personal life..."
"Being in the course is an amazing opportunity... even if you think you have enough knowledge or experience you will find more!"
The biggest opportunity for today’s leaders is…to create engaging and collaborative environments that access the collective intelligence of their teams and also accomplish the desired results. I often find leaders who are really good at one or the other but struggle with creating both. Those that can cultivate range in their leadership have a real opportunity to achieve even greater performance.
Rachel is a consultant and facilitator who works with clients in education, business, manufacturing, healthcare, software development, and other industries. For more than twenty years, she has facilitated groups in face-to-face and virtual settings, helping them create visions, set strategies, and work through difficult teaming challenges. Her specialty is remote collaboration and she develops ways to integrate technology and visual practice in support of distributed workers and virtual teams.
The biggest challenge facing today’s leaders is… to build and nurture teams that include members from all over the world. There is so much opportunity to connect and work with people who are not located near each other—but doing it well can be challenging. I believe that a key skill for leaders today is creating and sustaining effective remote teams, but many leaders lack experience in doing that. The tools and techniques for leading remote teams are out there, and a lot of it is easier than you might think.
Agile Facilitation for the Virtual World