This training, presented in three 2-hour webinars offers specific strategies you can use immediately to create a participatory environment where all attendees are providing ideas, remaining engaged, and contributing to the meeting’s success. Attendees will learn how to merge their existing facilitation skills with online technology to manage meetings effectively even when you cannot get people together in the same room.
THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU IF...
- You have a geographically dispersed audience but need greater collaboration and teamwork;
- Your job is facilitating groups but travel problems get in the way;
- You already have a lot of online meetings but are not satisfied with their productivity.
Download includes session recordings (MP4), and course materials (PDF).
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Mike Fraidenburg designs and delivers facilitation services ranging in format from small technical and task-oriented workgroups to large-audience conferences. He has extensive experience facilitating science intensive issues and, as a certified mediator, using interest-based bargaining techniques to create consensus in his facilitations. His facilitation experience includes international scientific review panels, discovery and coordination meetings of regional groups (e.g., data managers, programmers, statisticians), and program evaluations and strategic planning. Mike has been facilitating online meetings to collect citizen participation input, create consensus opinions of advisory groups, conduct strategic and operational planning, and for training other facilitators in online facilitation techniques.