Out Out Damned Meetings

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Location
Vancouver, BC Canada
Event Category
On Demand Workshop

How to lead productive, people-centered meetings that get things done while having fun.

 

Meetings are broken. We sit too long, talk too much, play too little, view too many excruciating PowerPoint presentations. The result? Bored teams, stifled ideas, slow decisions, and yes, dying organizations. It’s time to rethink what it means to meet, to facilitate, and to lead. By rethinking every single meeting aspect (agenda, space, tools, breaks, catering, facilitation), this workshop will help you design meetings that unleash the power of people. Learn how to take hold of the spaces you host, move rooms without a single ice-breaker, and design engagements where progress is made, ideas are generated, and people leave feeling inspired and motivated.

Audience

Relevant to professionals/leaders who want to deliver better meetings or who’ve sat through painful meetings and thought: “there’s got to be a better way.”

What you’ll learn

  • How to design an agenda for flow and engagement
  • How to lead a room and deal with difficult people, draw out introverts, and keep people moving
  • How to be an effective facilitator by experiencing yourself in a facilitated process

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Kevan Gilbert
Speaker
Kevan Gilbert

Domain7 , Director, Engagement Strategy

Kevan helps clients discover new possibilities in technology, culture and design through facilitation and strategy work with Domain7. In his workshops, he excels at engaging people in problem solving and builds learning through unique approaches like intentional improvisation and game framing. Kevan works remotely from his family’s farm in Kelowna, BC, and travels regularly for speaking and consulting engagements.
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