VIRTUAL FACILITATION TRAINING: With Rae Ringel Executive Coach & Director, Georgetown University
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About the event
Here's just a few things that will be covered:
- How to clear distractions and respectfully invite participants to remain present and engaged.
- How to "set the table" for virtual facilitation by communicating a clear outcome, agenda, agreements, and roles
- "Who's In The Room" a modality for virtual introductions
- Brainstorming using a collaborative, digital whiteboard
- Modalities to prioritize and decide between options quickly, making use of many hands all at once
- "Vote with Your Feet" and working in breakouts
- "The Modality Expo," where you'll experience first-hand working virtually with others to translate your favorite modality into a virtual experience.
Plus, it's loaded with best practices for virtual facilitation.
The course will be taught using three platforms, Zoom, MURAL, and Google Docs. Once you're signed up for the course, you will receive additional information and a little pre-work to get you comfortable with the tools prior to the workshop.
Testimonials: “I have found my practice has called for more virtual interaction. I did not realize all the creative possibilities that are available until Brian enlightened us. The modalities he shared have made the virtual learning space seamless and still feeling connected to participants in a personal way.” KW, Executive Coach and Facilitator
"Brian was fantastic. He helped us see that any activities or content you want to deliver in person and be delivered virtually. The tips, tools and practice I got out of this will definitely benefit my clients. This workshop was one of the best investments I've made in years." DH, Executive Coach and Facilitator
You do not want to miss this incredible opportunity, only 18 places available!
______ About Rae Ringel, Executive Coach and Director of Georgetown University:
Rae Ringel is a certified executive coach and founding President of The Ringel Group. She is a faculty member at the Georgetown University Institute for Transformational Leadership and founding director of their certificate program in the Art of Facilitation and Design. She is also adjunct faculty at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Rae is in high demand as an innovator in the areas of coaching, facilitation and training across sectors. She enables a growing list of executives in some of the most successful Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits and government agencies to become more effective managers and stronger communicators with a formidable leadership presence.
Rae offers deep experience in the areas of fundraising and board development. Prior to starting The Ringel Group, Rae was the Director of Professional and Volunteer Development at United Jewish Communities, a two-billion dollar annual enterprise that provides global humanitarian and development assistance. In this capacity, Rae devised an award-winning interactive web-based training program and myriad conferences in service of over 20,000 professionals and volunteers.
Rae is a Phi Beta Kappa Graduate of the University of Rochester. She received her Master’s Degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, and earned her Leadership Coaching certification from Georgetown University. She was a Wexner Graduate Fellow and now holds a faculty position with the Wexner Foundation. Rae lives in Washington D.C. with her husband and four children.