New drivers to snow and sand receive the advice to “steer where you want the vehicle to go”. Just like these sage words, always “Start with the end in mind” as Stephen Covey advised.
As you go to design a virtual conversation, what is it that you hope to get out of the conversation?
What are the key results you want people to take away from your time together?
What pre-work will they need to engage with?
As you consider your work or business right now, where are you getting your results?
Consider all the things you want to get out of an upcoming call. Make a list.
Looking at the time you have available:
What are the key items you can address?
What pre-work - conversations, reflections – do people need to undertake before they join you?
What post-work may need to be done after the meeting?
Who needs to be at the table?
What supports are required?
It’s always easier to add more than to condense things in the remote space.
What’s going to help this meeting stand out?
What are the key outcomes you want for this conversation? What’s absolutely essential to include?
What pre-and post-work will round out the conversation?
Are there any supports needed – worksheets or other?
Enjoy your reflection!
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