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Virtual Team High Five: A COVID Friendly, Remote Technique!
Nothing says team spirit more than high fiving but social distance and plain ‘ol distance makes that impossible for remote teams these days. Read on for what a Virtual Team High Five is, how to do it and why it works!
Take Five to Socialize: A Remote Technique!
Being remote means never having water cooler moments. The moments where you chat with your colleagues. I’ve coined a phrase -Take Five to Socialize – that describes how I build social moments into my virtual interactions with colleagues and customers. I’m not sure how that this qualifies as an actual technique but let me tell you about it!
Plan Your Best Meeting: Preparing Your Participants
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 vs Workshops: Workshops are for Working
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.
Plan Your Best Meeting: Identify the Right Participants
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. It’s like stakeholder analysis When we start a new project, we do stakeholder analysis to determineContinue reading “Plan Your Best Meeting: Identify the Right Participants”
Plan Your Best Meeting: Purpose and Agenda
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.
5 Guidelines for Effective Workshops
The foundation of effective requirement workshops are a sound set of principles. These principles will guide you through when and why meetings should be called, who should attend and what outputs should come out of the meeting.