Facilitator Learning Lab: Some Favourite Tools for Virtual Facilitation
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The world of virtual facilitation is so full of software it’s hard to know where to start and even harder to know how to use the tools meaningfully.
In this learning lab we will explore three different tools and how to use them to open up new possibilities in your facilitations. These tools will help you whether you want to know who’s in the room quickly, encourage more participation, reveal what is going unsaid, or simply address the right questions. We’ll experience how to use technology to surface emotions, generate ideas, clarify concepts, and make decisions with your groups.
Led by Meg Bolger of Facilitator Cards
Meg is a professional facilitation geek and the co-developer of Facilitator Cards, a deck of 60 processing tools for facilitation planning, responding to the needs of your group, and improvising when the unexpected happens. Meg has been facilitating and co-developing resources on facilitation for the past 10 years including FacilitatingXYZ, a free online resource for facilitators, and the book Unlocking the Magic of Facilitation.