Common Engagement Strategies for Virtual Meetings
- Use round-robins frequently to get input from everyone. For example, if the meeting is about improving the hiring process, a type B question might start as follows: “I would like to build a list of the strengths of the current hiring process. Let’s go around the room starting with Joe. Think about . . .” With round-robins, you should vary the starting point so that the same person isn’t always going first. However, follow the same order each time, calling people by name. This allows participants to be prepared to answer and for the meeting to flow quickly. Establish this...
- Chapter XIII: The Secrets to Facilitating Virtual Meetings
- from The Secrets of Facilitation: The SMART Guide to Getting Results with Groups, New and Revised
- Publisher: Jossey-Bass
- Released: October 2012
How do you keep people who are not together in a physical space fully engaged and participating as if they were meeting face to face? Learn how to increase interactivity and engagement in your virtual meetings.
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