This post is part of the preparation for CoCreativeFlow’s workshop “Hosting Hybrid Meetings” on 12-13 November near Frankfurt. Are you joining?
What is a hybrid meeting?
Lucid defines them as follows: “A hybrid meeting refers to the physical location of participants. In a hybrid meeting, a subset of the people attending the meeting is located together in the same place. Other participants join the meeting by conference call or web conference.”
Ever tried running a meeting where half of the participants were not in the same room?
In times of global teams, remote work and climate change the need for successful and impactful meetings is even more important. How can collaboration thrive when not everyone is in the same room? How do we bring groups together that are meeting in an online-onsite hybrid space? What are […]
Originally published in the IAF Global Flipchart – for facilitators, by facilitators.
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Many facilitators work with ground rules, a set of […]
What can facilitators learn from agile retrospectives for our own practice and debriefings? Last week, Karen Schmidt, Edith Steiner-Janesch  and I co-hosted a workshop on this topic during the European IAF Conference in Milan.
Retrospectives? Why, what, how?
We first introduced agile retrospectives as part of an iterative life cycle, based on the book “Agile Retrospectives” by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen.
Next up @AgileFac2019: @wiebkehere & @overthefencePM […]
Imagine a room of nearly 200 people from five global regions and different functions across one organisation. This was the first meeting of this kind, and we wanted to encourage everyone to build relationships across the organisational silos and learn together about challenges and opportunities facing the organisation. A World Café seemed an obvious inspiration: multiple conversational rounds at small hosted tables, with participants switching tables (and groups) between rounds.
Successful adaptation needs well-informed and enthused citizens. How can local authorities take them along? Amongst other issues, the 2018 Resilient Cities conference explored the experiences of cities and towns in engaging citizens on climate adaptation. ON:SUBJECT provided a training session on communication of climate change adaptation: Participants learned how to communicate about climate change without boring or scaring anyone away. The secret is in […]
Originally prepared for the training “Communicating Climate Adaptation”. You can find more materials here.
Tired of polar bears, apocalyptic scenarios and dry statistics? You are not the only one. Here are a few tips for making your climate communication more engaging, effective and fun. Never forget the context: depending on what you are trying to do, some strategies might work better than others. Mix and match – and learn and listen […]
PEFC, the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification, is an international organization dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management through independent third-party certification. Their annual stakeholder dialogue was held in Helsinki, Finland on 16 November 2017 under the topic “Making Certification Smart”.
We supported the programme design and conducted a survey of stakeholders and member organizations in the run-up of the event. We were also honoured to open the […]
A “learning dialogue” is a participatory process that we used together with EdgeFX to help us harvest rich know-how from donor funded programmes on the ground – and get practical insights to use across the organisation in designing and delivering other programmes.
This learning dialogue explored: How can DFID implement sustainable development in practice?
Its aim was to help us explore and learn about how we can ensure our poverty […]