What you will learn:

The future of work is hybrid. The recent Global Workforce Survey predicts that a staggering 98% of meetings will include at least one remote participant. This makes meetings more challenging. When everyone’s in the same room OR everyone’s on Zoom, facilitating a meeting can be straightforward. But when you’re facilitating a hybrid meeting where you have some remote participants while others are physically present together, you need additional skills to keep people engaged and the meeting on track.
In this session, participants will learn to apply best practices in facilitating hybrid meetings.

Learning objectives include:
  • Understanding what makes hybrid meetings complex
  • Leveraging the three criteria for successful hybrid meetings
  • Mitigating five unconscious biases that can impact your meeting outcomes – and leave participants feeling left out
  • Preventing and managing technology challenges
  • Planning the meeting to set it up for success
  • Facilitating an engaging hybrid environment during the meeting
  • Ensuring alignment and accountability after the meeting

About the instructor:

Deborah Grayson Riegel is a keynote speaker and consultant who teaches leadership communication for Wharton Business School and Columbia Business School. She is a regular contributor for Harvard Business Review, Inc., Psychology Today, Forbes, and Fast Company. The author of "Overcoming Overthinking: 36 Ways to Tame Anxiety for Work, School, and Life,” she consults and speaks for clients including Amazon, BlackRock, Bloomberg, Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, and The United States Army. Her work has been featured in worldwide media, including Bloomberg Businessweek, Oprah Magazine, and The New York Times.
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Suggested Length:60 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Format: Live via Zoom
Available Formats:
  • Keynote Followed by Q&A
  • Lecture with Discussion
  • Interactive Workshop

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