How to make Zoom meetings less terrible
There’s one thing which seems here to stay…video calls. What can we do to get the most out of remote collaboration and communication?
As the world starts to settle into its “new normal” there’s one thing which seems here to stay…video calls. Lots and lots of them. Whether it’s Teams, Skype or Zoom, remote video workshops, team meetings and catch-ups will continue to form a large part of how we work together. But what can we do to make these interactions better? What can we do to get the most out of remote collaboration and communication?
In this interactive webinar, Kat Murray-Clark shares how we can bring physicality, play, and connection into our online interactions. Through a mixture of research, case studies, tools, exercises, and games she’ll show how you can bring more energy into your video calls and improve online collaboration, empathy and connection. Exploring how we can find new ways to connect with each other whilst working remotely.
What you’ll get out of this talk
- An understanding of why video calls are so exhausting and what we can do to combat “zoom fatigue”
- Practical ways you can bring more energy to your team meetings whilst working remotely
- Games, energisers, warm-ups and check-ins – all the tips, tricks and tools you can use today to get the best out of remote working.
About the Speaker
Kat Murray-Clark is a Service Designer at SPARCK. Her previous roles include all the appropriate buzzwords, from Creative Strategist, to Innovation and Digital Transformation Director for a Culture Transformation Consultancy. An eternal optimist, she believes in creativity and the power of play to transform how we work and connect.
Outside of work she performs as a comedian and improviser, and brings her experience in performance to inject energy, human connection and physicality into the digital services and systems she designs.