Think about today’s virtual context. People don’t want another slide or tidbit of information. They likely want to spend time in conversation and connection with others.
What are you doing to what I call “distill things down to the core” so the most important elements are present?
This may involve invoking the three-part rubric of “Need to Know, Nice to Know and Where to Go” (which I originally picked up as a great train-the-trainer tip from Bob Pike back in 2000 – thank you Bob!)
This week consider what you can do to keep things simple in your virtual programming. This might entail “keeping it simple” around:
- The number of questions you ask
- Post Work
- The number of goals people are focusing on
I first wrote about “keeping things simple” back in Effective Group Coaching, and then again in From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching.
What else can you do to keep things simple?