What is a Zoom facilitator responsible for?
All of the key features to use for helping you and your participants do the work in the virtual meeting.
Breakout Rooms, Music Sharing, Q&A, Renaming, Facilitating, and chatting like a pro.
Identify what advanced features to use in the next Zoom meeting you are facilitating.
who want to keep their Zoom meeting attendees focused and engaged.
who want to get the most out of the most popular video conferencing platform.
who want to create a video call that is an engaging learning experience.
who has pivoted to remote working and needs to level up their skills.
You will become a pro at getting the most out of Zoom so that you can 1) Host virtual meetings that foster collaboration, creativity, and more engagement for your Zoom meeting guests 2) Manage virtual collaboration with a group of any size.
You will learn by exploring all of the advanced features in Zoom, and then you’ll take them for a spin!
What are all of the features available in Zoom
Which features can help you create better focus and collaboration on a group Zoom call
Pro tips with all of the advanced features within Zoom
What settings to tweak in your Zoom account to get the most out of these features
John is an entrepreneur and business coach. He is Chief Product Officer of Voltage Control, where we prototypes tools to help people facilitate better meetings. He enjoys designing technology through unlearning and the generous act of sonder. Prior to Voltage Control, John was Entrepreneur in Residence at Animal Ventures where he advised Fortune 100 leadership on their prototyping practices and led distributed software teams at the intersection of machine learning, robotics, and decentralized computing. John also worked directly with Google Ventures running Design Sprints and now coaches organizations how to develop rapid prototyping practices within their culture.
John is a co-author to two books with Douglas Ferguson: How To Remix Anything and Non-Obvious Guide to Magical Meetings and is an author of Time Off - a look at how modern society is burning us out, why time off and creativity will be a crucial component to the future of human work, and the solutions to help us all prioritize our “rest ethic.” John spends his leisure time farming, hosting dinner parties, and practicing Jiu Jitsu. He graduated from University of Texas at Austin and is a proud alumni of Seth Godin’s altMBA.
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