As an Agile Coach I used to work with clients in-person - I love that ❤️
Conducting a remote workshop isn’t just the same - nor should it be. Both formats have their benefits and disadvantages, but as a facilitator I can’t just do the same in a remote setting what I used to do in-person by using a digital whiteboard.
I reflected upon this little dilema in a recent article of mine. As a facilitator of a remote workshop I have to think about much more deliberatly then for an in-person workshop. I have to create and set the stage perfectly so that my audience isn’t drifting off.
➡️ Here you find my article: The missing 10 minutes before a remote workshop ⬅️
❓I would love to know, what do you do differently when preparing a remote workshop compared to an in-person workshop? And what do you think about the tips I layed out in my article?
⬇️Below you can find an example that I explain in the article how I try to set the stage even before the actual workshop has started.