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Dynamic tools to promote the participation of remote teams
02/06/2022 / 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Are you worried about the performance of your work team meetings? Have they become increasingly boring and endless? Do you have a hard time managing those meetings, breaking the ice, and getting people to participate?
Well, in this new 101 Panel non-tech we are going to learn what the Liberating Dynamics and the benefit of using them remotely, by practicing some of them.
The conventional dynamics we use to communicate, make decisions and explore new ideas when working in teams are becoming increasingly obsolete.
Instead, the liberating dynamics are a set of dynamic group alternatives to traditional format meetings, which allow us to maximize the effectiveness, participation and, therefore, the results of a team.
These are simple techniques that seek to change the patterns we use when we work and meet as a team. The liberating dynamics make it possible, quickly and easily, to boost the creativity and potential of groups, improving the way of relating and trust. Its strong point is, without a doubt, the speed and simplicity with which we learn to use them, and how quickly we see the benefits of introducing them into our work method.
In short: with the liberating dynamics we are going to achieve boost the productivity of meetings, improve the integration and active participation of the team, and achieve results in a fun way after each session.
This workshop will be held next Thursday June 2, and we will #FromHome via Webex, from the hand of our fellow Panel Charles Ruiz.
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June 2 2022
17: 30 19 to: 00 hours
Remotely via Webex
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The person in charge of offering us this talk is ...
My name is Carlos Ruiz. For 10 years I have developed my career as a fullstack programmer and in recent years I have been focusing more on the product development part. I love sports and spending time playing with my dogs in the park.
I have always been a curious and restless person, and as part of that restlessness I recently took a course on dynamics to encourage people's participation in meetings and in groups. And now I want to share it with you 😉