Using Technology Tools for Remote Facilitation
We all have full plates as we acclimate to our new social, family, and work routines. We’re all trying to stay connected with colleagues and clients. The new work-at-home rules have changed client priorities resulting in postponed or rescheduled work.
With most of our clients working from home, there’s a growing need and opportunity to leverage online facilitation techniques and technology platforms.
Help is on the way!
As a consultant in the nonprofit sector, Carol Hamilton has gained much experience in remote facilitation and programming. She has generously agreed to share her expertise in leveraging familiar and new technologies for remote meetings and program facilitation.
Learn and experience ways to create an engaging remote participant experience
- See how visual collaboration tools like Mural and Stormboard allow for whiteboarding, capturing virtual notes, post-it notes, and more.
- Experience Zoom’s small group breakout functionality.
- Use Google Docs for collaboration
- Tips, and techniques she uses to engage remote participants
Carol Hamilton, Principal, Grace Social Sector Consulting, LLC, helps nonprofits and associations become more strategic and innovative for greater mission impact. She provides organization effectiveness consulting, meeting design and facilitation and training to organizations.
Carol has over 25 years of experience in the association and nonprofit sectors, working at education and human-service related organizations with a range of missions. Frequently Carol became the accidental techie on staff and has been known to say – yes, there is an app for that.
Carol speaks and frequently trains on leadership, strategy, and innovation topics. She graduated from Swarthmore College and has her Masters in Organization Development from American University. She is a Nonprofit Standards for Excellence Licensed Consultant, trained with BoardSource and has a certificate in design thinking from University of Virginia’s Darden School.WEBINAR REMINDERS
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