Meeting Facilitation: Online and In-Person

Get the most out of your high-stakes meetings and retreats.

A meeting is a microcosm of your team or company culture. A well-facilitated meeting sets the tone for collaboration, gets people aligned, and builds momentum for action.

As a meeting leader, sometimes you want to focus on the content and not think about managing the process. It would help to have someone else encourage participation, highlight issues and agreements, and keep the meeting on track.

metaphporic-meeting-facilitationOur Approach to Facilitation

ZOOM Collaborate’s cadre of facilitators are master practitioners in collaborative problem-solving, leveraging differences of opinion, and facilitating agreement. They will guide you and your work group to your desired destination.

Beliefs that guide our facilitation practice:

  • A successful meeting has three qualities: better than expected results, a clear process that includes everyone, and human interactions that are friendly and fun.
  • Clear desired outcomes and a flexible agendas increase the likelihood of achieving what you want.
  • Sharing responsibility for meeting tasks sets the stage for a productive meeting. When participants understand and agree to their duties, they'll engage in an active, responsible, and effective manner.
  • Meeting leaders and facilitators work as a team – one focusing on the content and one on the process. Together, they maintain clarity and momentum.
  • Good facilitation is transparent to everyone. When the meeting is over, people will say: "Look how well we did!"
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Meeting Facilitation Services

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Online Meetings and Presentations

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Offsites and Retreats

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High-Stakes Meetings


Conscious Collaboration... Explained!

What does it really mean to manage and connect with others across time and space? In this short video interview, Susan explains the stresses of working in the digital age and invites viewers to experience the power of being more mindful, present and conscious at work with a one minute exercise. Watch now and try it for yourself!

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News & Events

Susan DeGenring will co-present The Art of Scaling Virtual Learning at the Training Industry Conference and Expo (TICE) on May 11, 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina. She'll also lead a Campfire Session on May 12th titled "Using Technology in Corporate Training".

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