Whether you're a professional workshop facilitator, a scrum master, or part of a team that makes workshops regularly, chances are that you recently had to transition these collaborative moments online.
For most of us, this transition has been tough.
Making the magic happens behind a screen is definitely more challenging than doing it on-site.
Technical issues started bugging the experience we created to unleash the participants' creativity and confidence. Our facilitation superpowers, drawn from our ability to read the room, weakened.
But as we experimented, and learned through tribulations and awkward moments, the story got happier.
Facilitating remotely has its own rules beyond a good internet connection and some interactive tools.
After years of experiments and months of daily exchanges with communities of facilitators around the world, I am delighted to present this compendium of lessons I have gathered on online facilitation:
Feel free to try some of these tips, share your feedback and own lessons learned.