Hands Alive means to use your hands to give speakers or viewers hand signals to give them information. It's a non-verbal way of communicating.
It happens to us all. You've prepared for your workshop, sent out the pre-work and then your participants aren't ready to work. It can sometimes be hard to get participants ready to work because they are usually the ones who are running the businesses we're supporting. How much more can you really ask of them? Here are a few things I've tried over the years.
Putting time into developing and sharing pre-work will serve the entire group by having participants that are ready to achieve the meeting objectives.
Meetings are about getting people together to "meet" while workshops are about working. There is a correct time and use for each. Here are six key differences between them.
In the first post in this series Plan Your Best Meeting: Purpose and Agenda, we focused on the meeting purpose and tying it to your agenda. Next, we'll identify the participants needed to help us achieve our meeting purpose. Photo by Christina Morillo on Pexels.com It's like stakeholder analysis When we start a new project,… Continue reading Plan Your Best Meeting: Identify Your Participants
In the first of this series I help you plan your best meeting by developing a purpose that will help us to plan a meeting agenda that will achieve your intended results.