Planning Group President, Peter Wright will speak at the Governance Professionals of Canada virtual conference October 7, 2020. The topic is Conducting Virtual Facilitation for Successful Board Strategy Sessions. The focus is on virtual and hybrid facilitation in a time of Covid-19 related social distancing. Watch this video for a preview.
While most organizations will require a major strategy reset post-Covid, it will be some time before organizations are able to host a strategic planning retreat. It will be even longer before participants are willing to attend. Finding consensus and defining a clear strategy is difficult enough with a professional facilitator in a face-to-face session. Is it possible to make meaningful strategy with real alignment across board and management over Zoom?
Plan to Attend This Important Event
In this interactive workshop, Planning Group President, Peter Wright will discuss the difficult but necessary steps to move organizational strategy forward in a virtual environment. For more information visit our Strategic Facilitation page and our Strategic Planning Consulting page. Both offer additional resources and featured videos focused on virtual facilitation and helping boards be more effective in strategic planning.
Virtual Facilitation and Hybrid Facilitation Experts
At The Planning Group, we’ve facilitated the most challenging groups with big expectations in more than 20 countries. We keep winning these assignments because we get results. While the requirements of social distancing and new board and management concentration policies have made effective face-to-face facilitation difficult, we have upped the ante with a new class of virtual and hybrid approaches.
While the early restrictions forced most organizations to move to fully virtual sessions, we have slowly started to morph to hybrid style facilitation. We help clients maximize outcomes while adhering to public health and company policies and the comfort levels of individual participants. Contact us today for more information and learn how we can help with virtual or hybrid facilitation.