Guelph and District: 11.26.2020 - Avoid Death by Conference Call and Abolish Zoom Fatigue (Webinar)
Why now? The last seven months have seen a tsunami of professionals going remote, moving their professional and personal work to the virtual and digital ecosystem. It's never been more important to create more engaging virtual conversations and digital dialogue for Learning, RESULTS and RELATIONSHIPS.
Join author of Effective Virtual Conversations, Jennifer Britton, a seasoned remote leader herself who has been the CEO of a virtual business since 2004, and led remote teams throughout the 1990s and early 2000s for organizations including the United Nations. In this session we will:
- Examine core ingredients for effective virtual conversations;
- Explore three techniques for creating engaging digital dialogue which you can use in your next virtual meeting;
- Discover four principles for helping professionals and teams thrive in the remote space.
Guest Speaker: Jennifer Britton
The author of five business publications, Jennifer Britton founded Potentials Realized, an award-winning performance improvement company in 2004. Offering coaching, training and consulting services, the focus is on teamwork, leadership, performance, with an emphasis on the virtual and remote space.
Jennifer's first book, Effective Group Coaching (Wiley 2010), was the first book to be published on the topic of group coaching globally. Over the last decade she has become well known as one of the thought leaders in the field of expanding the coaching conversation to many with group and team coaching.
A former program manager and director with the United Nations and British and Canadian humanitarian sector, Jennifer brings a unique blend of praxis, experiential processes, in her work around leadership, teamwork and virtual conversations.
Her coaching and mentoring skills training in the health care and financial services sectors have been recognized with awards for innovation, and the Prism Award of Excellence in Coaching (ICF Toronto), and an Award of Excellence – Curriculum Design (I4PL).
In addition to her writing in the areas of group and team coaching, she is also the author of Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), and PlanDoTrack for Virtual and Remote Professionals (2019).
Visit her online at https://www.potentialsrealized.com, https://www.PlanDoTrack.com and https://www.GroupCoachingEssentials.ca.
8:00am - Welcome and Introductions
8:05am - Speaker Presentation
9:30am- Event Concludes
Tuesday November 24, 9:00pm
** During registration, please consider the donation option. Donated funds collected through this event registration will be equally divided between Indspire and Black Youth Helpline, preferred charities identified by HRPA members in a recent survey.