Alison Coward will be leading an interactive breakout session at BoS Conf Spring.Online 26-27 April on the topic: “Running Better Remote Meetings.”
At the heart of most teams lies The Team Meeting. It’s where issues are raised, decisions are taken, and plans are made. In a remote environment, its often also the only place where people see each other and catch up.
As building a high-performing, resilient, and adaptive team has never been more important, you’ll want to make sure your remote team meetings are setting you up for success.
Alison will teach you how in her session.
Nothing is forever, except…
If last year taught us anything is that almost nothing can be taken for granted or “is forever”… except the need to adapt efficiently to our changing environment.
With over 15 years’ experience of working in, leading, and facilitating creative teams for Fortune 500 companies, startups, and charities, Alison is passionate about finding the perfect balance between creativity and productivity. She is now helping us adapt team routines, rituals, and techniques that generate high-performance to an online, or remote, setting.
What you will learn
From Alison’s session you will come away with top tips to help you design and run meetings that make your team work better together, whether in person or remotely.
You’ll leave with ideas you can start using in the next meeting you run that will make them more engaging and productive.
Who is Alison Coward?
Alison Coward is founder of consulting and facilitation agency Bracket, helping teams in the creative and technology sector to collaborate better and improve their performance.
She has previously spoken at a BoS event on the topic of Designing High-Performing Teams , delivered two packed BoS Masterclasses on building high-performance team culture, and is the author of A Pocket Guide to Effective Workshops.
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27 - 29 September 2021, Online
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