Chelsea Schwartz, Improvement Lead & Caroline Beck, Patient Engagement Specialist, Health Quality Council
The world around us has been quickly shifting over the past few months. The rapid global spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has required us to change the way we work and collaborate. While important public health measures are requiring our teams to be physically distanced from one another, teams continue to need to integrate socially and collaborate effectively to move work forward. Join us for the fourth session in the Working Remotely webinar series to learn how to lead your team’s collaboration in a virtual environment.
This session is intended for those who have experience in facilitating groups in an in-person setting, and are looking to translate those practices to a virtual environment. This session will demonstrate some core facilitation practices, such as leading groups through divergent brainstorming, moving teams through a process of refinement and down-selection, arriving at group consensus and decision-making – all in a remote working environment.
In this highly interactive 90 minute webinar workshop, participants will:
- Participate in virtual collaboration
- Gain experience with different tools to support virtual collaboration
- Learn about how facilitation practices translate into a virtual environment
- Due to multiple platforms being used in this session, we will be unable to record the session.
- This session will be limited to 25 attendees. Please ensure that you are available to join from 9:30-11:00 on Friday, April 24, prior to registering. If there is a high degree of interest in the session, a subsequent session may be offered.
- Participants will require a personal computer with internet connection in order to participate. Platforms that we will be using are not supported on smartphones or tablets.
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Once you are approved by the host, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the session.