Training

Online training: How to "design and build" an effective meeting (Japanese)

Language: Japanese

Deadline for registration:
Tuesday 2 March 2021 - 12:00 Am

Price:
Fees
Members: 18,000 JPY
Non-members: 35,000 JPY

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The importance of "design" to organize engaging interactions is often overlooked. This is an invitation to rethink how we organize collaborative processes.
You will acquire a simple yet powerful model to organize a group setting, regardless its complexity.

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

This online training is aimed at anyone in a company who is in charged of organizing and or facilitating meetings, or more complex projects. If you feel that you are repeating meetings with disengaged participants, vague outcomes or a lack of ownership, then you might want to consider it. It can also be useful for HR professionals who want to design in-house programs about meeting design.

 

OBJECTIVES

1. Understanding the principal elements of an effective meeting.
2. Gain a model to enhance group dynamics
3. Practice the model and feel ready to take it back to your company.

 

METHODOLOGY

1. Short lecture to present the model.
2. Group discussions to deepen the learning.
3. Meeting design exercise to practice the model.

 

PROGRAM DETAILS

Each part except of the learning modules are a blend of a short lecture and a conversation:

  • Leadership vs Design
  • Hosting vs Facilitation
  • Chaos vs Order
  • The 3 stages of creation
  • Chaordic framework

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Patrick LAUDON / Managing Director

LifeCrack - Coaching and organizational development consultancy firm in Tokyo

Trilingual, Patrick coaches in Japanese, English and French in both foreign and Japanese companies, in Tokyo and Asia. He is also a Researcher at Taisho University, in charge of Community building and Innovation education programs.

 

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