Items you will want to keep in mind when following up from a virtual meeting include:
1.What agreements have been made.
2. Who is going to do what? By When? Creating a plan for when you will check in on follow-up items
3. Reflecting on how the timing went. What adjustments need to be made for future meetings? Were there any technical issues faced? Accessibility issues? Challenges faced by different participants?
4. Identifying what needs to happen with parking lot items. Over time, if parking lot issues are left without being addressed, it can start to erode trust in the process of meetings and follow up. Make sure you agree as a group what needs to happen with parking lot items.
5. Scheduling your next call
6. Thanking people for their time, and especially acknowledging those who might have had to dial in at difficult times of the day.
Download a complimentary copy of the Teams365 Virtual Meeting Checklist here.
A reminder that we're about 2 weeks away from the launch of the Virtual Facilitation Skills Intensive program, a 15 hour online virtual train-the-trainer. The program starts on Thursday February 4th at 12 noon ET and runs for five weeks. The program is packed with practical tips for you to amp up your virtual meeting and virtual facilitation skills. Geared for leaders, trainers, coaches and anyone who is needing to lead conversations and learning in the virtual realm. Learn more about the program here.
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