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Language: English | Size: 560.70 MB | Duration: 0h 33m
Make Hybrid Meetings Work for Everyone
What you’ll learn
Learn about the key elements which make a good hybrid meeting
Explore some of the challenges and difficulties that come with the delivery of hybrid meetings
Find out about some of the strategies and tools to help you support and facilitate successful hybrid meetings
Reflect on the actions you can take in your context to improve hybrid meeting delivery
Consider the factors that make Work Places and Local Communities Work
No prior experience needed, this course will introduce you to the fundamentals of hybrid meetings.
Allowing staff to combine working in the office and working remotely has brought a lot of flexibility into our lives. But it has also added complexity to the way we work and communicate with each other. Make sure you’re ready to go for hybrid meetings in your organisation with this 1-hour course.In this course we will look at some of the key considerations of hybrid meetings and why they are an important part of our workplace capabilities now and in the future. We will explore some of the common challenges that we might face when participating in and facilitating blended/hybrid meetings and we will offer some tried and tested tools, strategies and approaches to support you in delivering your own successful hybrid meetings.This course aims to…Highlight some of the specific challenges of conducting good hybrid meetingsIntroduce strategies and tools for delivering successful hybrid meetingsProvide an opportunity for you to reflect on the actions you can take in your context to improve hybrid meeting deliveryWe are passionate about the changes that are coming about due to the changing nature of how we work. The technical challenges of running blended environments well, will mean that humans will have to think, prepare, and collaborate more to make blended meetings effective for all participants, whether they are in a room with colleagues or joining in remotely. This is all an opportunity. It is inevitable. We expect the reality will be that over the next couple of years the change in culture will be bumpy. We want to make that smoother. We want equality and parity of esteem. We want to live and work within the resources of 1 planet. We want that now… and meantime this shift is part of that jigsaw.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 How to use this course
Section 2: Why hybrid meetings?
Lecture 3 What are hybrid meetings?
Lecture 4 Why hybrid meetings and why are they a blend?
Section 3: The challenges of hybrid meetings
Lecture 5 What makes hybrid meetings so complex?
Lecture 6 What are your frustrations with hybrid meetings?
Section 4: Making PlacesWork
Lecture 7 What is PlacesWork all about.
Section 5: Experiencing hybrid meetings
Lecture 8 Features of hybrid meetings
Lecture 9 Making participation possible to all.
Lecture 10 Making a meeting visible
Lecture 11 Choosing easy shared documentation
Lecture 12 Having a second colleague hosting the meeting from remote perspective.
Lecture 13 Using multiple camera angles so that everyone is visible
Lecture 14 Facilitating both those in the room and those remote at same time.
Lecture 15 Treating humans as full bodied people.
Lecture 16 Thinking about the camera angles as to what is being communicated.
Section 6: Top principles of hybrid meetings
Lecture 17 An overview of the top principles of hybrid meetings
Lecture 18 Getting the principles right
Lecture 19 Recognising engagement
Lecture 20 Allocate responsibilities
Lecture 21 Embed positive culture
Lecture 22 Selecting technology and tools
Lecture 23 Visibility
Lecture 24 Review and adapt
Section 7: Next steps…
Lecture 25 Congratulations! Here’s what’s next…
Lecture 26 Videos to share – what are hybrid meetings?
Lecture 27 Videos to share – challenges of hybrid meetings
Lecture 28 More resources for you
Running mixed remote & in-person meetings? Learn about best practices & tools for successful hybrid meetings in this 1-hour introduction.