How many remote sessions have you attended in the last month where the experience was bland, forgettable and didn’t inspire action? We hope not many, but… How many of those hours did
How many remote sessions have you attended in the last month where the experience was bland, forgettable and didn’t inspire action?
We hope not many, but…
How many of those hours did you leave feeling like you’d enjoyed a Michelin star experience?
For us a Michelin Star experience feels personal, memorable, leads to action (you’ll tell your friends, maybe even write a review) and doesn’t put you out of pocket! Our experience is built on a platform that balances ingredients, time, skill and environment. After all, what ‘lacks seasoning’ or is ‘too formal’ for one is just perfect for another and remote engagement requires this same balancing act.
Participate in our remote engagement cooking show to find out our base ingredients, the ones that add flavour and how to build a sense of occasion that offers a Michelin star remote engagement experience as part of your day to day work.
Practical tips for adding value to your remote meetings. This includes insights into online tools, ways to assess the value of your meetings (as an attendee and a host) as well as techniques to increase engagement.
Martin is a Senior Business Analyst with experience across public and private sector in the UK and New Zealand. Alongside Paul, Martin has facilitated and led a number of talks on Remote engagement including a cross continent collaboration between the UK and NZ IIBA community, the Waterstons Knowledge Academy, Agile in Leeds/Reading and the IIBA Rediscovering Interactive engagement session.
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