Kirsty Dean came to an iwibdus event and presented All Zoomed out? How to improve team energy and engagement. This webinar was super fun and interesting for our members.
In this blog, I will tell you a little about what she did and how you can also improve your zoom meetings!
Engagement in 4 Steps
- Awareness – every voice matters – so ask them what they want from the training or the meeting? What’s the background? What impact could the training or the meeting have?
2. Feel involved – Break out rooms are great places to get a good discussion going. Ask them questions and then let them go!
3. Ownership – Use the white board to create a plan. Show and tell becomes much more interactive.
4. Celebrate success – What can you commit to? Ask them something simple like “what was the 3 things you liked? what 1 thing could be better?”
Use the zoom Features
White board is great for an interactive chat. Make sure the instructions are clear and simple for everyone.
Chat room – great way to ask quick questions and get someone to facilitate.
Breakout rooms – easy to use and we love getting smaller groups together so we can hear their opinions.
Try to have audience participation at least every 5 mins.
Screen Share for a maximum of 10 mins
Use their name!
Pre brief facilitator of each room so you get the maximum results
Practice and plan!
My number one takeaway?
I plan to planKaty (Chair of iwibdus)
A leadership coach, communication expert and psychometric profiling practitioner – Kirsty has 20+ years’ experience helping some of the world’s most exciting and fast-moving brands define and engage their communities and people with business change, vision, values, purpose and culture.
Setting up Passion Inc, an employee engagement and leadership development agency, in 2012 was the culmination of 15 years hard work and a core belief that passionate people perform better. Kirsty oversees all areas of the business and has developed programmes for multiple clients, including Axis Studios, Vodafone Group, Virgin Trains and Thales Alenia Space.