The maintenance of a learning culture in the workplace that is hybrid requires you develop the skills necessary to facilitate online workshops and meetings. If you’re a novice at facilitation in a digital environment it can be a bit daunting and overwhelming to begin.

Virtual Facilitation (Facilitator)

It is essential that the facilitator creates an emotional connection with the participants and engages participants in the same way as when they were in the same room. It is important to utilize various tools, alter your voice for the environment of visuals and be aware of the ways people express themselves differently online.

A good virtual facilitator won’t hesitate to ask for feedback or make suggestions. They are also interested and curious in developing their skills.

They’re great for breaking the ice and can measure the intensity of a session within the first few minutes to determine if it needs an energy boost or a quick flash.

Virtual facilitators who are great don’t hesitate to solicit feedback or suggest modifications if they feel that the group isn’t engaging or diverging from the the topic. They also create a positive and welcoming atmosphere to stimulate discussion and help everyone connect.

They are a virtual producer, who ensures that technology works in their favor during the session. They act as a virtual moderator in order to guide students and ensure things run smoothly. They are not afraid to discuss tech issues during a session and seek solutions.

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