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Remote Workshop Workshop // October Edition

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Remote workshops will become the new business as usual so it is crucial that you are able to enable human connection online.

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This workshop is delivered as 2 x 2-hour sessions.

The first workshop is on October 29th from 10.00am - 12.00pm

The second workshop is on October 29th from 14:00pm - 16.00pm

The Remote Workshop Workshop will teach you how to design and facilitate remote workshops so that you can connect people and enable them to work collaboratively and creatively online. This is an immersive session where you will get the chance to experience a remote workshop as a participant and then reflect on it as a facilitator.

Where and how you facilitate your workshops has changed; the effect that COVID-19 has had on business is likely to impact the way that workshops are delivered forever. After realising that organisations can manage remotely, your clients are going to want a facilitator that is able to deliver brilliant remote workshops. In this workshop you’ll learn the remote facilitation skills that you can put into practice immediately.

“The team felt like they had a newfound confidence in their ability to run engaging and productive remote workshops. They applauded the fact that the Remote Workshop Workshop delivered the right mix of practical remote tools and soft skills to take forward.” Scott McGregor, Innovation Lead, O2

Part 1 Learning the Remote Ropes

You will learn:

How to design and prepare your remote workshop with access to Curve’s Workshop Planning Canvas.

How to kick-start your online workshop by setting objectives and social contracts

Icebreakers, energisers and closing exercises

How to use simple online collaborative tools for your participants to create content

Remote workshop exercises that encourage groups to collaborate, come up with new ideas and get to a consensus

Part 2 Becoming an Online Wiz

You will learn:

How to generate and maintain energy for yourself and your participants

How to ensure people stay focused, on track and on time

How to manage challenging behaviours and “read the room" online

Facilitator self-care tips and advice on co-facilitator communication

The core features of Mural and experience workshop exercises on the collaborative platform

About your facilitators:

John Monks

https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmonkscurve/

John is an expert team & CEO coach, facilitator, and co-founder of creative leadership company, Curve. He helps the world’s most ambitious organisations solve their own problems and come up with great new ideas. John is passionate about developing creative leadership and enjoys building and mentoring brilliant teams to produce breakthrough ideas. John has been working with teams around the world in organisations as diverse as NYPD, Coca Cola, the UN and Comic Relief.

Co-chair of the board of ActionAid UK, an international NGO building a movement of people working together with women and girls to defeat poverty, John loves to change things for the better. He’s passionate about helping others to achieve what they’re capable of.

John is a mentor on the Cambridge Judge MBA and guest-speaker at the WHU Otto Beisheim Business School in Dusseldorf. He is a highly rated speaker for corporates, government bodies and civil society groups as well as public events such as the WebIT summit, Digital Shoreditch and the UN-sponsored Design for Social Innovation & Leadership program.

Bonnie Linieres

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonnie-linieres-7a066a166/

Bonnie is a facilitator, project manager and creator at Curve. With a background in psychology and counselling she strives to support positive change and personal development for professionals across multiple industries. Since joining Curve Bonnie has designed and facilitated workshops around Europe and contributed to the creation and facilitation of leadership programmes for young people in disadvantaged communities.

Highlights of 2019 include Bonnie designing and facilitating the first EDIE 30 Under 30 flagship event which enabled 30 sustainability leaders to create a ‘Playbook’ for sustainability professionals and accompanying ‘Manifesto’ for sustainable businesses. Towards the end of last year Bonnie facilitated a workshop on collaboration for Novartis, bringing together a global team of 50 to explore and test archetypes of collaboration.

Bonnie has also designed and delivered the Curve Remote Workshop Workshop which has now connected many remote teams and trained individuals to use virtual tools and facilitate workshops online.

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