Become more familiar with online collaboration tools
The new reality of remote work brings its lot of challenges and transforms our professional practices. How can we make the most of online team meetings?
In addition to exploring the possibilities of Zoom and Miro, participants will also discover simple, fun and human techniques that do not require the use of technology. Through hands-on exercises, participants will come away from the training with concrete tools to transform your online meetings into magical and effective moments.
What is Miro?
Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard platform that enables remote working teams to collaborate effectively. From brainstorming with digital sticky notes to planning and managing workflows, this tool makes teamwork easy.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a video conferencing, chat and remote collaboration service. The service allows you to organize meetings and conferences for up to 10,000 participants. Zoom also allows the creation of virtual rooms in which collaborators can interact in sub-groups.
- Better use of Zoom and Miro to conduct your meetings;
- Be more effective in setting clear objectives for the work team, despite the distance;
- Structure and lead online group discussions so that they are effective and fruitful;
- Develop digital workshops that promote human interaction.
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Meet your workshop master!
Through this experience, a workshop master will know how to destabilize you and feed your creative brain.
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Experience Designer and StoryDéclik Founder
Charlie Leydier-Fauvel teaches collaboration and storytelling, organizes conferences and facilitates workshops with the goal of making them spaces where participants can learn from each other and make real connections. As a workshop leader and coach at the Factry, the School of Creative Sciences, he offers training that leads professionals and students to find creative and original solutions to current issues. In addition to his studies in screenwriting and audio-visual directing, Charlie has enriched his background with trainings that allow him to master experiential learning methods to inspire, facilitate, and design creativity. In 2018, he created StoryDeclik to help organizations imagine the future they want to create and bring it to life through workshops. Since then, dialogue, collaboration, and play have been at the heart of his work.