You make the world better by designing great user experiences. You want to spend more time creating that world and less time explaining the basics, defending your choices, and selling the best approaches in meetings. But in meetings is where you find yourself, and it feels like they often introduce friction, ambiguity, and drag.
The good news is a meeting can be designed just like any experience. By integrating human centered design and outcomes based thinking into our meetings, we can start to recognize our own biases, become better facilitators, and run the better meeting experiences that we, and our organizations, deserve.
What topics will be covered?
Measuring Meeting Outcomes
What exercises will be done?
Meeting Outcome Mapping
Facilitation Style Analysis
Facilitation Practice and Critique
What will the audience take away from this workshop?
How to build facilitation skills in themselves and in their teams that will lead to more meaningful, measurable meetings.
Any requirements for attending?