Virtual Facilitation Essentials
Are you involved with groups which need to produce results through virtual interactions? Learn skills to run productive virtual meetings.
- General Admission: $25
The global pandemic impacted our daily routines in innumerable ways, including the transition of in-person meetings to virtual platforms. Are you involved with groups which need to produce results through virtual interactions? Wondering, how can I work effectively with virtual groups?
Are you looking for ways to:
- engage your virtual group members?
- design and manage the group’s virtual process?
- handle multiple aspects of virtual technology?
- adapt facilitation techniques and tools for virtual environments?
Through this training, participants will
- increase understanding of the definition of facilitation, the role of the facilitator and the core values of facilitation
- apply the facilitation roadmap to design a meeting
- conduct a group assessment and understand its relationship to contracting with a group
- develop working agreements and virtual meeting norms
- identify decision making approaches for use in a variety of group situations.
About the Presenter
Kristen Grant’s work focuses on the interactions between the people, the resources, and the ecosystems of the coast. Her work includes a range of activities to build the capacity of coastal communities to plan and adapt for their future, while centering vulnerable community members. Her programs include erosion monitoring, planning for coastal hazards, considering housing options, addressing coastal access and working waterfront issues, and engaging community members in decision-making. Kristen holds a Master of Science from Antioch New England Graduate School.