Best Practices for Virtual and Hybrid Meetings

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Our world has changed, and so have meeting practices. As people around the globe shifted away from office environments and began working remotely, you and your colleagues had to quickly adapt. In many instances, that’s meant learning to use new technology.

Even now, there’s still a degree of uncertainty as to the shape and location of future work environments. Employers are working on phased returns to office environments. Despite this, one thing is clear: more people will continue to work remotely, at least some of the time. You may find yourself recording meetings with everyone participating remotely. Or, you may find yourself in the office with some participants seated at the table, and others participating via web conferencing or audio connections.

It may seem that you’ve spent much of 2020 in a reactive mode. If you’d like to be proactive in contributing to the identification and adoption of best practices for meetings in your organisation, join Shelagh for this webinar. We’ll look at best practices that can help position colleagues to be prepared, present and participating – and help you effectively record your meetings.

Key learning points
  1. Rethinking agendas and logistics
  2. Meeting dynamics and etiquette
  3. Protocols

 

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