(206) 725-1994

Guila Muir

Developing trainers, presenters and facilitators to make a difference

How to Lead Stellar Online Meetings

Leading effective online meetings demands expert facilitation. This live (and lively) online learning experience enables you to:

  • Model stellar solutions to online meeting challenges.
  • Create outcome-based agendas to keep your meetings on track.
  • Practice essential facilitation skills to ensure inclusion and participation.

Please note that this session will improve your online facilitation skills.  Although it assumes some familiarity with Zoom, it expands your facilitation skill set beyond the use of Zoom tools. The course is super-fun, participatory, and practical, and includes a downloadable workbook to use as a resource.

Time: Two hours.

Upcoming Small Group Sessions (each max. 6 participants)

  • Tuesday, May 11th (10-12 PT)

Let us know which session you’d like to join when you register below. If you are registering for someone else, please provide their contact information.

Group over 6 people? We schedule when YOU want the session. Discounted group rates are for multiple people from the same organization.

We will use the Zoom platform for this course. The price is for each unique participant using their own device (desktop computer preferred). Please register early so that we may send you essential materials to download and print.

Register for the Workshop

Payment can also be made via check, credit card, or Venmo. You can buy the session now and schedule it later, or contact Guila before scheduling. Either way, she will customize this live learning experience to fit your needs.

Please contact Guila or call 206-725-1994.

I loved it! I got a lot of usable, applicable information.

Participant, Washington County Cooperative Library System (Oregon)

This course was informative and full of valuable content from the beginning to the end!

Cyrus White, SCG Nonprofits 2020

Well worth the cost in time and money. Solid and applicable to my work. Will recommend to colleagues.

Michael Fraidenburg, The Cooperation Company 2020