In this workshop we will work out how to design the different phases of a retrospective as a facilitator in a practical and interactive way - both from a facilitation and a technical point of view.
We offer the following variants of this training:
For our live online trainings, we use innovative tools to provide a valuable learning experience for our training participants.
The training takes place over several sessions, between 09:00 and 18:00, during the booked period.
Virtual training room.
We create a shared video/audio “room” where we present and discuss content together (slides, videos, real-time visuals (e.g. virtual flipcharts)).
Group Breakout Rooms.
Break into virtual groups (just like creating table groups in a Face-2-Face training). Each virtual group (e.g. a group of 4 participants) works together on a group exercise in its own video/audio room. During the group work, the individual groups are individually supported by the trainer – just like in an on-site training. After an agreed time, all groups return to the main ‘training room’.
Visualisation plays an important role in our face-to-face trainings – this is of course also true online. Through visualisation tools, we share training content, enabling collaborative learning and sharing.
Of course, everything should run smoothly right from the start. Therefore, before each of our live online trainings, a joint onboarding of all participants to our tools takes place.
We use Zoom (optionally Microsoft Teams for in-house use) and Miro.
The most important thing about face-to-face events for us is to deliver training that excites you and protects everyone’s health.
The training takes place in the booked period all day, between 09:00 and 18:00.
We have adapted the training concepts for this and also need your assistance to ensure the safety of all training participants and our trainers:
What else we look out for:
For trainings in our office, Giesinger Bahnhofplatz 9, the following applies additionally:
Please be sure to use mouth-nose protection throughout the stairwell and lift! There are medical practices in our office building.